Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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9 1877 Subscription-For Year. $1.50; Six Months. 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews; Editor and Owner I

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pine tar oil by the U. S. Bureau. of biases, both caused by trouble I iI I Starke merchants were of the
PRISON with oil stoves occurred her opinion thla week that they would
Entomology and Plant Quarantinewas AUGUST
this week. WITH
discontinued July 1, according "Just! forget about the Fourth of .
The Lake 1(I
to an announcement this week by I Kingsley home of H. July" this year since it comes on

Parole Revoked- But J.heads J. Walker the work, of in Macclenny this district.who )! Green Has Not Yet I C.shortly Wall after burned noon to last the Friday ground The I' Large Crowd-ExpectedAt I'' years Saturday-the that It has first arrived time in on many such Results -This Season

fire truck was called from here, I' an inconvenient day. There was
He Is Still At He suggests dealers that County Commissioners II Thrown His Hat but the house was a complete loss Road 2S some talk about closing tot half a Prove 'Worth Of it
or and other
before the firemen could make the I but this died
day Monday quickly
Large In |
agencies In all parts of the State Ring I CelebrationDISTANCE Market j j1t
mile to the
run lake.
out for It was agreed: that "aa the
have on hand a of benzol .
-- supply
The fin was caused by an exploding shooting. would be over! then and!
TERMS and pine tar oil for sale to the live-
'ILL FINISH I SHOLTZ WILL NOT BE oil stove which threw TO COAST'' there wouldn't be anything to do WAS BUILT BY WPA.

FROM BRADFORD-UNION stock vention growers and treatment to be used of in pre- CANDIDATE, liE SAYS burning kerosene over a large portion 33 MILES OUTER but take an afternoon nap. COUNTY AND CITY
screw of the bou04 making it burn I'I With stores open tomorrow It -
I Five years in the State Farm worm cases. Benzol and pine tar Bradford County voters with rapidly In aboup thirty minutes. A motorcade, part of the celebration will probably b. the first time in Thanks to the Board of County
evidently did nothing to reform oil only are recommended by the sixty-six other counties will trek to Almost all clothes and personal be- II I marking the opening of I many years that a total of more Commissioners, the City Council ,

I Ctrl Andrews, Union County "bad I U. S. Bureau of Entomology and the polls August 11 to vote for longings were lost, and MX Wall Road 28 will arrive here from than two> cars has been seen' on and the WPA, Bradford County
_." who was paroled by the Plant Quarantine for the control of their choice In two senatorial primaries had a valuable"collection of old I I Lake City at 9 o'clock tomorrow Call Street at the same time on farmers now have quite a few extra

.,.!? Pardoning Board while servSicr I screw worms. when a successor to the. firearms, which were also destroyed. -I morning July 4th and will then July 4th.. Everyoneusually- goes dollars Itr their pockets that
I concurrent sentences of seven late Senators Duncan U. Fletcher Insurance on the building; will I proceed to Daytona Beach to enJoy out of town to, celebsaftei would' not be thereIf the three
Mrs from Bradford County and and Park Trammel will be chosen. partially cover the lour. the opening day of the Volu- groups mentioned had not worked F
betty( years from Union County LARGE SUM A subcommittee of the State An oil stove also caused a blaze''sia Summer Frolics. together several months ago/ to

tar assault with Intent to commit Democratic Executive group voted at the homo of Mr. and Mrs E. J.( Railroad Commissioner ET. S. $600 CHECK ; build a shipping platform near the

I murder. RealizedFROMRALLY in Jacksonville yesterday to recommend Dowling at noon Tuesday It was Matthews, president of the State railroad station here.

I He baa been ordered back to to the full committee that quickly extinguished by firemen Highway 28 Association: Fred Since strawberry season It Is estimated I
the primary be held on that date. with the lisa at T chemicals.: Returned
(prison to complete his sentences atJilw Cone Democratic nominee for gov I that farmers In this county
request of Sheriff W. S. Bran- Judge A. Z. Adklna. one of ernor, and Congressman R. A. have sold around $23,000: on d

are,Jr., of Union County, who said I Bradford County's members to the Green are expected to participateIn truck. Including green corn, beans,
I tint Andrews has been threaten- State Committee was HIGHER PAY one or more phases of the event I TO BRADFORD squash and other crops, too num. ,
I YOUNG last week to say that the Bradford I to mention. This '
I lug the lives of various persons in DEMOS STAGE and will probably lead the partyto erous was accomplished
I that section. It is stated that he I ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL County committee and the members Shorter Hours Daytona. I II I with only one buyer

I took a man for "a ride" on elec-I AFFAIR of the Young Democrats Club The motorcade leaves Lake City TWENTY-FIVE COUNTIES I.operating, and farmers who used

1 Don day, telling: him that It would I would become responsible for a I at 8 o'clock win pick up additional -I FAIL TO CARRY OUT the platform this season are very .
1 "last automobile ride" and special senatorial primary In this enthusiastic' over the' results ob)
be FORWPAimADFonn cars at Lake Butler and here PENSION PLAN
I footing at the Intended victim A total of $160 for the Democ- county, whenever the State group and will then proceed to Palatka tamed '
ratic National Campaign Fund deemed it necessary.The ,. The platform was built with material .
ivhen he from the car. ,
jumped -
where It will be met by a delegation Bradford County cheek for
I afI waa raised here last Saturday primaries Jacksonville dis- paid for by the commissioners ,
Andrews disappeared COUNTY ALLOCATION :
However. from Daytona Beacb. $ given to match Federal flmdeunder
recent trouble and until night when a large crowd of patches said. will be regular state I and the council and with
Dar this up NOT YETANNOUNCED the new pension plan, was J
| had not been apprehended "Roosevelt Nominators" met in the elections in which the State and I Road 28 snortena the distance tabor furnished by the WPA. For .,
Thursday returned to Clerk of the Court A.
officers. Woman's Club building to listen to counties will be participate In pay- from Lake City to Daytona Beach some time no general use was made t
I by Union J. Thomas this week by the State
President Roosevelt's acceptance by thirty-three miles and for this of it lutcrt ears ly this) summer whenT. 1'\'\
J He was sentenced from this Ing.If Up until ]'yesterday the amountof reason Is considered one of the Welfare Board with the explanation e ,
and to of S. Williams
speech enjoy a program a second primary Is necessary, began buying produce r j
I 1930 for that twenty-five Florida counties -
county in May shooting; money that will be given to mom Important highways In the .
local to truck Results ;
talent. the State Committee said it will be supply operator ; F
I Charlie Manlre, deaf mute of Bradford County by the WPA for country. had failed to malt contrftmtloitN -
I of the One hundred and forty-five tick help September 1. rendering the ineffective. were very encouraging to 4
In January same program '
Hampton July had not been learned. It was
All persons interested in Joiningthe those who to establish ,
are working
ets were sold at $1 and three pur Governor Dave Sholtz told the i'i 1
to testimony on
ijreir. According: announced however E. A. ,
by .
motorcade here leave their with !
I which he was convicted. Andrews chasers R. A. Green, F. F. Stump Democratic body that he would not state works chief that I' may Under the law""' sixty-seven of a large marketing'centar t
Pynchon names at the office. t
I tot Manlre at Buck Griff la's place and Albert Hartman paid $:S for be a candidate for the Senate from shorter hours and higher wagesare Telegraph the state's counties must appropriate full-time manager, for tamers in '' b
(northwest of Starke. He and his their tickets, to bring the total to Florida. Sholtz previously had announced -j In prospect for workers. It Is '--.-- funds If the pension plan to to this section.: a f .I
It Is stated that Mr. William b ,rr d
his intentions to run. '
i companions were attempting: to $160. not likely though that the number COUNTY SCHOOLS be placed In operation.Miss bought 1,200,000 ears of corn F''.
Inside the Roosevelt's heard at Rumors here that CongressmanR. Furma Douglaaa In return- '
place was
arouse persons employed by the WPA will be Increased alone and the movement of some if'
I then an automobile containing: 9 o'clock over the radio and A. "Lex" Green would seek one over the number now OPEN MONDAY Ing the check to this county com- i
other almost
waa as great.
| Venire and others drove up. An- through an amplifier loaned and Installed of the unexpired terms were still working. mended the Bradford commission crops .
j draws shot the deaf mute as be for the occasion by War. at large, and while the local Rep- All WPA projects here and elsewhere I STARKE TEACHERS :MIGHT ; ers on their spirit of cooperationand -

I (Andrews) was covering: Manire's ren Graham. resentative has declined to confirm were ordered completed by BE APPOINTED expressed hope that all other Townsend Club Picnic +
I party with a while one of his any of the reports he also had not NEXT WEEK counties would soon be whipped Into The Lake Butler Townsend Club
gun On the amateur program were: 'I June 30, and a new set of projects
I companions searched them. Dorothy Green and her 'nil! billy made public his intentions to enter will be started '* soon as they can Teachers' In nine county schools line. will sponsor an all-day picnic July y 9 f '; ,!I

I According: to newspaper reports band; Joan' Carpenter,' song and the races) late yesterday. Green 'be approved .after' learning how all of which, with one exception Mr, Thomas and Commissioners 4th at Worthington Springs. Representative ..
who was re-nominated to represent L. L. Conner and Thomas R. A. Green and Joe !j
lot, the trial. Andrews smiled dance; Lillian Moseley tap dance; much money Bradford will receive. begin their terms Monday, were Mallory )
Itroadly as one witness described Geraldine Silcox,,song; Scootle Andrews the Second Congressional District According to the announcement, I. announced Wednesday by the were In Tallahassee yesterday at- Hendrix, newly elected representative

I the actions and Imitated the cries popular songs, accompanied In the June 23 primary over the new wage rate will be per School Board. Teachers In the tending a state-wide meeting of to Congress from the Fifth
Joe Sears of Jacksonville, has been I(I commissioners In ses loh to discuss District will be the speakers. Brad-
I of the deaf and dumb man as he by Mrs. H. C. Brown. Hugh month: Starke school might be announced
constantly urged by well-known the and otherproblems. ford Townsend member
back htr after Walters acted as master-of-cere- following the board Monday pension program County
j lopped to car being: Unskilled workers, Including laborers meeting
state political leaders to become a I I and friends are Invited to attend.
I wounded. monies. candidate, and has the consistent watchmen and messengers, Supt. A J. Griffis said but 4 4S
of and $21 $24, $29 and $M. This was he considered It doubtful. They '
Two weeks before his trial In Refreshments punch "backing" of the Townsend mem- Kingsley Lake AcousticTo Make It Impossible
I \fell county and while he was oqt cookies were served and after bership in the State. In a conference an increase of from $2 to $5. I were named last year in March. At ,

wader bond for the Manlre shoot .1 Roosevelt's speech dancing was en- with Nathan J. Roberts regional Intermediate, including concrete the present time the board is wait-. Talk About The NeiBy ghbors In Saefty :

tag Andrews was arrested In UnIon i joyed until 12 o'clock. director of the Townsend spreaders mortar mixers, all typesof Ing on results of the last teachers

County for his part in a feud I The success of the affair is an- Old Age Pension club, Green was helpers, truck drivers and mat I examination before making ap H. E. LAGERGREN red there, -but that before his capture ,

between the Ritch and Andrews other feather In the cap of the urgently requested to enter the tress makers $35, $36, $43 and $52. \ pointments.The he had burled his money neara
amllle at Ralford, which culminated Bradford County Young Democratic race for one of the posts but de- Skilled Including machine opera Hampton school begins Its Klngsley Lake Is. one of the won- branch in the neighborhood.

IQ a shooting scrape early .in Club who also sponsored the clined by saying, "After: the strenuous tors, firemen pump operators, term July 27, but all others start ders of Florida. In remote age! Along Horse Hole branch could be
May 1930. Bad Is said to Jackson-Day Dinner. I Monday. The following facultieswere It started business sink hole
feeling primary in which i wa ro- tractor 'drivers cement gun oper- as a seen many excavations made by
here arisen between the families nominated, that I have just finished ators, etc.. $38, $48, $56. and $68. announced: I which must have been of enormous treasure hunters. Robert Keith, a ;
when Carl was convicted about five MAINESTO I am unable to announce a decision Professional and'Technical. Including Lawtey: Bryant Beasley, principal -I depth, as It has not been filled up Starke justice of the peace speculated
years previously of robbing the HAL Just now." finish .carpenters cement, Mrs. L. H. Hill Miss MargaretC. I I by all the earth which later so much over the matter tilt .

Ralford postofflce. Postmaster MOVE HERE Latest rumors to the effect that finishers, master painters pipe fit Johnson, Mrs. Blanche Edwards, through caving and erosion, settled at last he dreamed that the trea .
Louis Rltch was one of the prose- than twenty Mrs. M. B. Futch Mrs. F. D. Haw Into it, leaving long slopes nearly' 1
Will Hill for more ters, pile drivers lead or top man sure was burled on the north side I
cution's chief witnesses. ASSISTANT STATE'S,ATTORNEY years secretary to the late Sena- automobile mechanics, blacksmiths, kins. Mrs. Thomas Beck, Mrs. Eunice all around. It was, no doubt of Black creek near the lake. He ;

Andrews has been implicated In OPENS OFFICE IN tor Fletcher will be appointed as I bricklayers and cabinet makers, Kelly and Mrs. L. H. Futch. round when first formed and sin went there and made some excava ,
several Brad HOUSECol. Scott M. Hampton: L M. Sponholtz, principal gular circumstance Is, that its '
other shootings in COURT his temporary successor. $42, $53 $62 and $75. done resembling giant doodle holes,
ford and Union Counties! and for a Loftin had been appointed recently -- Miss Lucile Kennedy Mrs. roundness was preserved while the which can still be seen; but he .
number of years was credited with !. Hal Y. Mains, prominentLake to fill the unexpired term of Thelma Myers Mrs. Floy Sullivan, filling process was going on. The found nothing but pure silica sand. M j,
Butler lawyer recently appointed Planning Council Meets and one other to be supplied. lake is the of Trail
maintaining a gang: that terrorized Senator Traramell. or at least un- near summit The saucer-like shape of the lake .t; p
l this section. He was paroled Assistant State's attorney til after a primary would determine F. F. Stump was elected chair- Brookerr. E. McGauley, prin- Ridgean elevation of land that and Its banks, aided by circling; r
Jut year by the State Pardoning In the Eighth Judicial Circuit, to his successor of which Loftin man of the Bradford County Plan cipal, Harmon Morgan Mrs. Dorothy begins In southern Georgia and wind currents furnish acoustic '
Board. fill the unexpired term of the lateA. may enter. ning Council at a meeting held in Hall Mrs. Russell Norman, ends In Putnam County. One of phenomena which puzzle newcomers.

Announcement of the revocation S. Crews, has moved his law J. B. Hodges of Lake City was H. C. Wall's office Monday night. Mrs. Edna Prevatt Miss Mildred the periodical canal surveys, car Noises can be heard front
of Andrew's parole came this week office to the Bradford County reelected chairman of the State A farmers market for Bradford Morgan and one to be supplied. ried through this section in 1909 long distance but generally from i t ta
w the heels of state-wide criticism court house here and Is now sit Committee by acclamation as the County was placed at the head of Woodlawn: M. B. Futch. found that the lake surface I"l 170 direction different from the ap..

or the Pardoning Board for the rewt uated in the first room at the new committee organized and be- the preferred list of projects for Vanderbilt: E.W. Wllkerson and feet above sea level-ten feet higher parent. and are often curiously r +,

release of eight, convicted bead of the stairs in the new annex gan its first business session--- this county. A new armory and Miss Mary Faulkner. than the court house lot In magnified and distorted. Even

Tampa robbers, two of whom were to the building.Mr. fencing the city now stand second Graham: :Mrs. Eugene Ellis. Starke and five feet higher than hogs, called to be ted are at.time ; .
"ing life sentences for a $125- Malnes declared yesterday !and third on the list New River H. C. Brown and the depot grounds-and an engineer misled and run from the caller instead a' ,

000 robbery in T 3S. that he expects to become a per Shirley Temple PageantMrs. w--- ----A__j__M. Miss Carlle Faulkner. was stationed there for several of to him. Long ago otters) '

Governor Sholtz, chairman of manent resident of Starke as soon Virgie Flynn, district pres- : Parlor Heilbronn: H B. Wiggins Mrs. months, to watch the fluctuations were plentiful along the lake, and r
the board said Wednesday that as official duties will permit him ident of north central Florida an- Op"n Beauty Lubedla Johns and Mrs. E. B. I of the water; to determine If they would sometimes swim In sin s} t;'

be bad appointed three members time to become located here, at I nounced this week that the Starke I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frazier, of Welli. the lake could furnish summit water gle file resembling at a distance (; r
to study the rules and recommend the present time he is conducting a Woodman's Circle will sponsor a Gainesville have recently moved Rising: Arthur McRae and Miss for a lock canal. He measuredthe the great sea serpent frightening P 1

Illy necessary revisions to tighten session of circuit court in Gaines- Shirley Temple pageant Friday here and will ppen the Polly ,Ann Beverly Cady.Commissioners. depth at many places but hit the uninitiated. Flying squirrels
up on releasing convicts from the ville. night July 10 at a place to be Beauty Shoppe'next to Bryant's 78-foot long lead line often failedto would enter the dwellings at night

state prison system. -.-__-- named later. All young ladies who cafe. Miss Ruth Bryan, formerly At Meet find bottom. A depth. of 92 and busy themselves with carrying ;k
enter this contest and all amateur connected with the Franco Beauty I feet bas been found-; -but this Is away light articles. In the ,
YOUNGEST performers who take part on the School In Jacksonville will be affiliated L. L. Conner chairman of the I probably much short of the great- morning the old man had to search '
Al Jolson At Ritz DELEGATE HERE program have a chance to be selected with the beauty parlor it Board of County Commissioners, I eat depth. The lake la fed from for his pipe and matches and his' 'J
and Clerk A. J. }
'The Singing Kid," the newest to enter the state-wide con- was announced. I Mallory Thomas ground water seeping in from the wife for her thread spools and ;
frtng vehicle for that always- ROOSEVELT BOOSTER IS test with all expenses paid. Little --- Thomas, attended a meeting whena In 'surrounding high lands and It does snuff box. l

POpular favorite AI Jolson, will be NIECE OF DR. girls from Starke. Lawtey and Dance Friday Night I West Palm Beacb of yesterday representativesfrom not fluctuate more than a coupleof The land is sandy, so much so"
ken at the Rib Theatre this Sun- HERLONOMiss Hampton will take part In the con- delegation feet. A few little branches emp- that the early settlers-the SU-
Monday, teat and are asked to get In touch Hampton Beach Casino will be each of the state's sixty-seven ty Into it. not enough to make up coxes. Prevatta and Strlcklands '

* meat| not be !left entirely in Mr. Edith Herlong comely with Mrs. Flynn. The winner the scene of a dance Friday night counties were present. Many Important for the evaporation. It is the used to cut holes In their shoe to J ) 1

*> wn hands, however, and he twenty-two year old delegate to be given a Shirley Temple dress. July 3, beginning at 9 o'clock and I maatters were up for discussion 'head of the north fork of Black let the sand out as fast as it came !
I A. A. Poston,
Bill headed
"wives: music will be furnished by by
able support from a cast the National Democratic Conven- crerk In. But except for the scrub land;
eluding: winl Shaw. Sybil Jason, tion in Philadelphia, accompaniedby EmployeesAbout Boswell and his Hotel Windsor' President of the State Associationof There Is a legend that the lake on the southeast side of the lake?, + ;
Cab Calloway and the Yacht dub her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Picnic For Orchestra. Prizes will be given to county commissioners. Amongthe was named for Kingaley, an extensive the soil Is good If rains are normal.' i
2* Next Tuesday and Wed- Herlong of Miami spent several one hundred and sixty em- the first twenty couples arriving discussions were the future of planter of St. Johns County It Is as rich two or three feet down i

&etday will bring "Petticoat Feya hours in Starke Tuesday morning ployees of five Denmark furniture at the casino. I the AU Florida advertising campaign In- early ('D the last century because as on the top for gophers aad sal
'" a hilarious farce of the frozen on the way to their home In Mia stores will attend a fish fry and e- --- and federal participation he, chased by Indians, swam on amanders have turned It over to",

north starring' Myrna Loy .and mi. While here they were guests chicken dinner at Kingsley Lake CCC Enlistment ; old age security.pensions. horseback across !It-an Impossible that depth. During the 80's the

Robert Montgomery. of-.Dr.. M. B. Herlong, who Is an Saturday July 4. Employees and Enrollment* for boys for CCC I feat.- Really It had not been north and west sides, of the lake

-----. uncle of the young delegate. their families have been invited from District 5. will be call- Faculty To MeetA named as late as 1831 when Davis I were populous and the orange
Iran Miss Herlong declared she was a from Daytona Beach, Fort Pierce, -camp It. Mrs. Edward Burnssays. meeting of the faculty of the Thomas, a government surveyor, groves many; there were stores) S '
Executed At PrisonId strong Roosevelt supporter, pledged Jacksonville Starke and St. :Augustine ed on. July Bradford's tentative quota Lawtey school has been called for sectlonlzed around It, for he mentions and two poatofflcen. But the

Ed Bradley|; eo, died In the Fiorc to support always the Democrat : Is ten white and three colored. 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, July 3, It only as "open lake" which freezes during the 90's killed the ps
ele herself as a "seems to be round. trees and the settlers moved away.
chalr Monday to settle Party and expressed who wish to enroll may call by Bryant Beasley the new princi
the Boys several Indian Now the shores are mostly desert] l
State'a Democratic prin Many years ago
claim: that he killed An- true believer In Judge Sebring Visits at the WPA office and see Mrs. pal. 1I pad s
drew Nan although too mounds were seen on the west side except during the summer, when. '
Roaa with a shovel In Santa ciples. At eighteen Miss Herlong was a Judge H. L. Sebring, of Gainesville II Burns, between now and July 14. of the lake. They have since been people from Starke and elsewhere: } f

*r l Couaty October 7. 1933. young to vote of the Dade Coun- was a professional visitor to New HomeWork flattened down until only one Is move out there to enjoy the plea

that ..tWM he convicted on evidence charter member Democratic Club. Starke Monday. While here the Bank to Close on FourthThe Is progressing rapidly on now recognizable near ,George aures which the fine body of wats fur''
tat Joined Nail on a flsh- ty Young visited with the Telegraph Some 'distance and the beautiful afford
Thomas' scenery
i Miami delegate elect jurist Bank of Stark will remain a new home being built by Carl place. ;
bit hir01 ands, inappossbad sold The young In the June 2 for sometime and became one of Its all day tomorrow, the Johns on a Water Street. 'It U southeast of the lake once stood a Only the cats stay the year around, i
State-at-Large closed
"qutteartn> bit of ed had her alternate her subscribers. Judge Sebring: is well of July. Other places of on a lot adjoining the home of A. pine on which was carved the figure making a good living catching j4'y
Ir- ffld of mon yThe body primary as graduate of Duke known here having served In various Fourth will remain throughout W, Redgrave and will be of rock of a man. It was said that afj. minnows flying squirrels' and ..J: '. 't' '
: and She Is a business open
',.ter m City Physician Wett"somebtime Pa-la- father.University, receiving a degree la convened sessions In Bradford.of the court when it the day. I(t construction. S. army paymaster was Inter manders.iirelegrap. ': Y pt' ,

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jlI'!; /'I I HAMPTON RISING I t. BROOKER i GUM BRANCH I Whereas IX, MEMORIAM It bas pleased our She worth lives. Indeed, In heaven and and no be found more for apnllcahi.could the .' srnpt@-:
I ,I t MlM ".. N' !.... Corr*..M*..f flow Edna. Lewis Correspondent ... Vera Gainey torrrwpondentMra. Mire. Elizabeth---i.. Ilarnuge... Cor. Heavenly Father to call to her earth- men are living for & ,In' agitt""

Mrs. L. R. Kalch baa an herd Mr. and Mrs.:-R "M Crosby and I Mandy Pritchard of Greensboro J. N. Norman and son Leroy eternal home Mrs, Mary Elisabeth Through sweet and lingering Influence Setting the admonition .? "ln ''*.

guest this week her slater, Mrs. R. children Misses Vera Lee and spent last week here as guest left Saturday for Tennessee where Edwards, beloved member of the here. mutable God. a

I ; "r D. Copeland of Jacksonville Irene spent Sunday In There a. of hey'daughter and son-in-law Mr. they will spend some time with Woman's Missionary Society of the In life and joys abundant there!I" Rev. jonnaon was

Mr. P. D. Aclklns and son, of with Mr. and Mrs Eddie Sullivan and Mrs. H. B. 'Crosby. She was Mr. and Mrs Jack)lathews. Methodist Church of Starke; Therefore as a fitting. expressionof by Mrs. Johnson and Rev acJlI1p"

Dundee, spent the week with J. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner spent accompanied home by her small Mr. and ),{,,;. ,J.,8. Sapp and And Whereas, her'outstanding our toes we will *et aside. a Gould also of Penney Fal'lll and 1IlI,

E. Adklns and family. Sunday afternoon In Gum Branch granddaughters, Misses Betty Jo children, Marguerite. Marie and qualities Of generosity, loyally and page in her memory in our perma The leader for next

a, t ; t4! Miss Juanita Kalch returned to as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. and Elaine Crosby. Selma spent Sunday at Evergreen religious convictions will continueto nent records; we will send to the announced "A Storm' ?week bas

her home here after a visit with Conner.H. Mra.. George Hosteen of Ocala, aa guests of Mr; end Mrs. R. N. inspire not only those who were bereaved children a copy of this Ject and Acts Twenty-seven lbe real

cta her aunt In Jacksonville. H. Lewis Is spending a few la spending a few days here aa Crawford.Mr. nearest her' but also the friends memorial and also have same pub- be the Setting. 1ViII

I ; Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones, have days with Mr. and Mrs. Grover guest of her parents Rev. and. and Mrs H. Keene and children wltK...whom she was associated In lished In the Bradford County Telegraph The pass-word at thr Mla

aa visitors this week, Mr. Jones'daughter Moore In Fort Myers. Mrs> G. E. McCauley. R. C., Harley and Dorothy, church work: The Word of God--don't loa II

i II + 14. and family, Mrs. James J. P. Campbell of Plant City, la i Mr. and Mra. S. H. Rtch and and Ruth Johns of Cross City Therefore be it resolved that Carrie Amelia Ray pas -word. forget the

k Gnann of Gainesville. spending this week with his son-in- baby of Raiford, spent last week- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. I Mrs. Edwards passing is a distinct Mrs.'J. W. White o.CARD ---- -

'i fh Mrs. M. E. Manaire, who has r ilaw and daughter, Mr and Mra end here aa guests of her parents, L Knight. loss to the Woman's Missionary Mia. W. E. Middleton, OF 'il.\SKg-

been ill for several weeks, has a I Bert Shaw. I and that the members, I Committee.
j Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. Society we To the Citizens
Mr. and Mrs.
I'' host of friends here who are delighted .Marion Browningand of
Miss Anna Shatter of Jacksonville Mrs. C. C. Melvin and children express our deep sorrow and extend --- -- County: Bradof1l]
children of Raiford the
to know that her condition were ,
is spending a few days with bereaved our MISSION HAUL
and Mrs N. Mott and children to family I wish to thank
of Mr. L. Ed-
guests and Mrs.
la '
improved.Mr. MISSes Melva and Dorothy Cros last with friends and heartfelt lesson "The for the
.and Mrs. L. It Futch, of spent Sunday wards, Sunday.Mr. sympathy. A very spiritual on splendid vote which you'
4 by. relatives In Hellbronn. shadows fall Immutability Of God" was taughtat in the gave "*
here this and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough "As when the evening recent primary
Lawtey were visiting and
: week. I Miss Mary Mott of Brooker, was Miss Margaret Johnson of and baby of Cross City Mrs. E. And twilight calm envelopes all. the hour of Bible study Tues- though I was the loser m mv "'

i r --- --. the dinner guest Sunday of Miss Greensboro spent last week hereas E. Yarbrough and ion Charney, of The laborer turns from work well day evening. Rev. J. ,]. Johnson, still I want to call all my 1'8ct.
1 Ruth Lewis. guest of her sister Mrs L. B. Woodlawn Mr. and done of Penney Farms was the teacher To my friends in rrleads
No Intoxicants were used north and Newon were 'visiting my home
Elder C. A.
I. of the Rio Grande prior to the of Brooker Crosby aa Crosby.Mr. Mrs D. I. Knight and Mrs. J. A. To moorland paths that lead him and as this is his third visit to the I appreciate your loyalty and toad
Mott spent Sunday
and Mrs. Warner Mott and home Mission his coming Is anticipated port and will IUP.
coming of the white man, accordIng dinner of Mr. and Mra E Harnage and family Sunday after ; endeavor u,
guests daughter Thelma of Ala.ch.ua, I with Interest when notice Is make nil l
i to Dr John Cooper, of the noon. So has our friend at end of day givenIn Bradford County and
I C. Lewis.
: Catholic University. Washington. were guests of his mother, Mrs. I Laid all her books and work away. advance. home town the best "%
Tommie Lewis Is spending a few f pitizen
Sally Mott Sunday.E. And journeyed out into the night The setting for the study was which I am capable,
relatives In Jackson
I. days visiting S. Gainey of Plant City, I Down winding road and out of found In Malacal, chapter four, Sincerely, LOUIS
t H
,j In France there are twenty-six vllle. spent Sunday here as guest of his HIU
t,; \ Mormon missionaries from the brothers L. R. and H. P. Gainey. sight.To =
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez
'" \ United States hoping to convert Most of the cats of this country I who has serv- BOREE FUNERAL 1
Mrs. W. A. Brown and children
ed chairman climes the aoul'a true
\ aa of the Bradford ether ,
(t the French to the religion of Latter are the greatest enemies of Bong,
I Cordelia and Junior spent Sun TuberCIlIi : Full line of Caskets & Undertakers
County ?..ADd Health home, Supplies
Saints Insectivorous and birds.
I 'ti, ,a' ';1, Day ) game day in Orlando- as. guests- --of herdaughter I Association has tinkered!! her resignation To larger tasKs in wider spheres I II' AMBULANCE SKRVICK

<< and son-in-law. Mr. andMrs. owing to press of home duties To work and grow through endless DAY AND NIGHT I!,

Howard Summers. .a.
Miss Lubedla Plnholster and The work in I its many phases has From now her life baa double O. H. BENNETT Mgr.
Mrs. Alice Oliver spent last weekIn :
been exacting. Mrs. Alvarez has
Lake City as guest of Mr. and ,
devoted much time to the work,
Mrs. G. W. Plnholstcr. following for their contributions,
and through her efforts the public
ZEtEBR JI Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and baa been made to understand the and if any name has been omittedshe --

last weekat will be to have It called to
,, daughter Betty spent significance of the Christmas Seal. glad
Jacksonville Beach.BETIIEL. her attention.The .
OFTHHSviwdajr As the negro population shows a
1 list of contributors Is as '
greater prevalence of Tuberculosis
follows A & P Store Mr. and
: ;
a strenuous negro program Is be-
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Mr. W. W
J\ln. Ralph Gainey, Correspondent ing carried out throughout the ; ; :
State. Balsden; Mrs H. A. Bishop; Mr C

H. L. Brownlee; Canova Pharmacy -
Mrs. W. C. Gwynn, of Lake City In Starke Mrs. Alvarez started .
; Mrs E. E. Canova; Mrs. P, E.
; Is visiting Mrs. Ralph Gainey of with the R. J. E. School-which
-Sunday JULY 5 Canova Mrs. Fred Carlton Mr.
; ;
Starke. contributed $5: through the pur- -
Thousands of people will drive mile for the greatest enlertatnmrnt Miss Gladys Lee was visiting chase of a bond. R. F. Clarke; Coca Cola Bottling / JilL wiJh.CROWN.
t of the state A. S. Crews Mr.
a +; In 'bls.rllon Miss Edna Glisson Sunday after- She gave several talks on Tuberculosis Company; Hon. ;
; and disease prevention to A. M. Darby; Mr. E. M. Davis;
i 1 Blto"nwAY VAUDEVILLE REVUE noon.Mr. this school. Denmark Furniture Co.; Mr. C. A.
y t .' and Mrs. R. L. Lee were
?f'''j's i "Star Over Shanghai!" visiting Mrs. F. R. Coleman and Cooperating w-Wi Mrs. Alvarezwas Gardner; Mr. T. J. Griffin; Mr. A.
J. Griff; Mrs. M. B. Hull; Hon.C. .
I gamily: Sunday.We the county nurse, Mrs. Clennle
{ Girl.MuxloUanMngFrlvolltyr
E. Johns :Mr. C. A. Knight Mr.
; ;
Hickok,' who'Mamtned
( y are glad to report that Cal ninety-two
t H. E. Rev. G. W. Low
Complete Motion Picture from the First to theTwrlf jlisson, who has been sick, is bet negro children for hookworms, and Lagergren;
; Ritz Theatre; Mr. E. L. Matthews
had all
Hound of he Most Remarkable Event In ter now positivecases
I ;1 the World's History of SporU.. The Rev. Louis Lee and wife and Hookworms are not common ; Dr. W. E. Middleton; Mr.

I a c 4 : granddaughter of Tampa are visIting with that race--only twelve Infec- E. K. Perryman; Mr. John Powell;
cp Mr. L. C. Powell Mr. E. C. Priest
; ;
tions found.
nt friends and relatives for awhile being Negroes were I
B:8chemS included In the summer round-up Messrs. Quigley & Davis; Misses can ot

\ --.-- which Mrs. Hickok has recently so Olive and Amelia Ray; Mr. Free :, y ,

1 j t ..f successfully conducted.A man Register; Mrs J. H. Rltch;
; .. --4 World's longest "stralghtaway"Is Mrs. Morgan Richard Mr. F. A.
1 class of /
the 300-mile stretch of track, young negro girls will 9MO/1nJl
Scott; Mr. J. L. Simmons; Mr. L.
have instruction
t from
soon Mrs.
NEW YORK CITY without the trans-
it a curve, on
F. Smith; Mr. Fred Stump; Mr.
4 Hickok in Home and
Hygiene Careof
jt The most thrilling and sensational" heavyweight Australian railway.
1 fifhl In the annals o( the boxing- ring. the Sick Mrs. Alvarez has C. L. Stockwell; Mr. and Mrs. Jno.

kept the association informed as to Uglow; Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright -

TRAIN SCHEDULE number and condition of all tuber Sr.; Mr. and: Mrs. N. D. '

I -And- Our schedule changes Sunday, culous patients in the county. Wainwright, Jr.; Mr. Harold Wall;

April 26, and trains will run as follows Owing to illness In her family ?Mrs. Noble White; Rev. Fred G.

s "THE DIG NOISE"A : Mrs. Alvarez did not conduct a Yerkes; Nettle Dowling; Bradford ,

: II1LARIOCS FILM Hit WITH SouthboundNo. Seal Sale, this year-depending High School; Brooker School; Wo-

,# -GUY KIBtlEE- 1-Due Starke 11:31: p. M. entirely on bonds'Crom schools and man's club; R. J. E. Graded School

P,; 1 NO ADVANCE IN .PRICES No. 15-Due Starke 5:12: P. M. clubs--and mad! receipts.The (Negro). 1 I I

Matinee S0. Night aOe No. 107-Due Starke 9:12: A.M. total amount received from To all of whom Mrs. Alvarez

p( Children lOc NorthboundNo. Bradford County this year was wishes to express her deep appreciation

'" CELEBRATE THE 4TII ISTII AT 2-Due Starke 4S9.M.: J6T.37. flu well as to the 'telegraph
No. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M.
A number of old subscribers I f r iihlirltv." .
No. 108--Due Starke 5:15: P. M. ,
PALACETHEATRE failed to contribute thua Brad I I'ford's
Starke and Wannee Branch
quota was not reached.
No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A. M.
'S J' I -JACKSONVILLE In retiring Mrs. Alvarez urgesall
r ,H No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M.
former subscribers to continue
Dally except Sundays.T. .
' ''o I this help In this Important work,

1 : : J. GRIFFIN.r by promptly sending in money for A _

9.44 4 Seals. _

Since tuberculosis Is more pre

q {i : Meat Cuts and How to Cook Them valent than any in others children, Mrs.of Alvarez school asks age Ia

that at beginning of the school t e

3 BEEF CHART year each school make plans for

purchase of a bond.

Retail cuts Retail Cuts So far a chairman has not been oats _.. I uy rte o rcA is Au cool
...........rats_.1 _
y I
to succeed flmlktm AfrUuIturW
procured .Mrs
Alvarez you
TO* 0511' roe ONLY
Wholesale O.d.,en. ICouary -
j.a j. Yii*i ii Cuts and unless one.la, found to under 11_:,ye Ctmfrr Horn.1 TM

take the work contributions will n.ram,....-L I T_ $ .80 Ta F.naround.Iy. 5 .$
directly headquarters.
.t 0. T .t OM Tot
i!; Subscribers are requested to use
Mo l eFNN of Round the enclosed with seals In
Round S* alt lottom envelope
8 .OeN. ..MwwrJA.wY IboRound Round
f 4l V a..,. every Instance, so proper credit Cemdzl MCALL'STHIS
1 pR
and classification may be given.

H*i'> : Q This year marks the beginning. 1NO StorY p'r

j of a Sanitarium for the Tubercu- NEWSPAPER g '"'' rARMR

F '! Mind ShonR ptle -1 lous at Orlando. dvLjrW

It ,; Polled Rump Rump Boost Mrs. Alvarez wishes to thank the for 1 and
ar0,..re..l1 ...- year

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JH? O II to again.. pulp' ) In Jellydoth and 841".". 5.4 lu40.no&o.I Cob_. I Iyeer __ _

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a -day queotion of variety. In the meals (.He oorvoo.In you are one of thoso whoso. .... of beef Is limited t. a to a hard I koll., At ._. pour Itss .
In sugar, stirring _.....,,)'. Continue
beef wo. l become addicted t. roasts or steaks roast or a steak, th. chart given above will. be Invaluable otlrrlng. I
bring t* a full rolkIng
t and forget all. about the other good beef cuts In learning to Identify and locate t.... marl lie'" and bell< herd] Yt "' 1_'". ....... .. ..rD .
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pgiDAti JULY 3, 1936 -- .. h_ ___- _. ___ IlRADrunn COUNTY TELGRAF16 STARkE. FLORIDA __ ... 1..'. E'IU1U<...

I Miss Olive Ray spent Thursday H. H. Stroman returned home p I# )

I f LORIUA -HIGHLIGHTS.. 6r I NNnN 1il t In Jacksonville visiting at the Wednesday from Tallahassee where E I
> home of the Misses Allbritton, In
tw? ro rase. Mm. r .un.nx RMafT
Bits of I Springfield.Mrs. 'law.! _. ;
----- \

S. S. Dowling and daughter Mr. and Mra. R. A. Newaom are ; I

Nettle and Mrs. W. S. Stro- having their home on Cherry .
I Local Ne* I man returned Wednesday from Street repainted and are also havIng -

lacksonvllle, where they visited\ some Interior work done on

Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold. It.

OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN J, H. Hall of Wauchula. spent ; t
PROGRESS Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hall, Jr., and
the weekend with his and '
title son, Bill, have moved here 11
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A.
from Keystone Heights and are
.s mzQN in II. Hall. He returned this week accompanied -
living Andrews home on
1_ 14. 7 OP me aNFTED Madison Avenue. by Mra. A. H. Hall and *

A. Davla spent Monday :Mr. and Mrs, Ralph' Cox,* (of STATES P.POOEg, --- they will visit In Tampa before'
L "
la lira Jacksonville Gainesville, were here Sunday visIting --,...:-,".-,_," ..':!:rdl.toi "';.-\ : Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and daughter continuing on for a visit in Wau- '

:Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Silcox. ...;.; : Freddy, and Mrs. V. B. Crln- chula.

Wadsworth of Grabam, was ftJ:...: ; +r haw, of Euatls, spent this week -------

G p visitor here Wednesday Mrs. L. W. Strickland, of Wild- "f.'iI"..t"...1.r.#-.; +k y' AH : at the Moore cottage on Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Libby and .
business ,4it Louise left
I wood, visited her sister, Mrs. L. E. H.ixJ'.,!....J, ;" .\4.,, ] w.+s:,,:. h Lake. __ I little Wednesday daughter for, Mary Yarmouth Maine, ,
Moseley, last week-end.
j A Douglass! of Brooker, was Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume have I where they will spend two weeks it

.vI.ttor her Wednesday. had aa their guest their niece, Miss with Mr. Llbby'a mother stepfather '
Betty, Margaret and Melba
relatives. L.
and other C.
Elizabeth of .
Mills Jacksonville.She
business visitor Stringfellow, of the State Farm, to'
Wall was a Stockwell accompanied them
Harold I returned home Sunday accompanied -
tv, lachsoavllle Tuesday. visited Sara Barefoot Wednesday.Mr. by Mr and Mra. Flume and New Hampshire where he win also -

PIo1F(1' TN6GNLY hiss Clard Flume. visit for two weeks with relatives -
and Mrs. R. Newsom I .
Mae Pearce spent A.
Annie S1HT /N 17I/S -- -
Mica! _ _
I week-end In Gainesville. spent Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brnuett andchildren h
the Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newaom. COVNTIlYN HW/CM 7S of Eustis, visited Mr. and 1'OWNSENJ ItO: : :MEETINGThe
/Nr JST NG Qn.l&&
_r*,. .L. E Moseley and family ; Mrs. A. H. Johns several days last Townsend' Club will meet in '
pent Sunday In Jacksonville. Mrs. S.A. Barefoot of Sanderson, ts POUND week on their way to Princess I the Auditorium at the High School
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Anne Md., where will 6 at
+ ys they Ilpen.1the Building, Monday night, July ,
William Duncan, of Jacksonville, Barefoot.Mr. u. s summer. I 7:30: o'clock, every member of the'

I went the week-end here with his ---.- ---- club should be present aa there
mother. Mrs A. E. Wall. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Miss Edith Smith, a student at I are matters of much Importance

Lake Butler, spent Sunday herewith I Vanderbilt University In Nashville, to be attended to; every member Is

tin. C L Stockwell and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green. J Tenn., arrived Wednesday for a urged to bring a friend who Is eli-

KB, Mary Lorraine and Kathleen, visit with Mica' Mary Brownlee. I gible for membership in the club;
I ire visiting relatives In DeLand. Mrs. James Shepard, of Milliard, 1 They leave Friday for D Land this Old Age Revolving Pension
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. where they will spend the week Plan when enacted Into a law by

Miss Sara Elizabeth Shaw spent A. Knight for several days. end. Presidential and Congressional authority '

(the week-end with friends in --.- will In a very short time re- ii
I Broohsville. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and Mrs. 7115 Mr. and !Mrs.V.. L. Edwards. and store prosperity {o our great country

Charley E. Johns were visitors to Af'$2CANOCjIlJ/ Mrs. W. W. Page, of Jacksonville, and drive poverty forever from

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis will Jacksonville Wednesday.L. > and bins L. M. DeSha of Wild- our midst, making of us a peace

|uv as their guests for several 'c 4 wood, have returned to their homes loving, happy 'and contented people

I weeka at Kingsley Lake, Mr. and C. Ray Is In Jacksonville IS A NATIVE after a pleasant visit with Mr. and every one with food and cloth-

Itfr*. D. H. Perryman and daughter where he underwent a minor oper OF SOi'TI6.QNI.O2IO4 Mrs! W. H. Struth at Kingsley Ing sufficient to supply all their

Mary Jo. of AUanta. ation. Lake. needs! and a bit of money for some
---- --- I of the pleasures of life. I am told

,/ Dr. Ralph Vollotton of the State that there are enough people In

Farm, left last week for New York Bradford County who are eligiblefor I

REALESTATE C. A. CARVER f" Ilea Aw.wn.rw.ewwrwe.vIWM.MMBOUT -- City and will sail from there to this pension to bring $140,000 t

Europe where he will travel and Into the county every month, this I
JEWELER continue his medical studies. His will mean employment for those '
A seven miles southwest) of Key Welt list TTII: presence of a "'10 CROCODILE in Florida place as prison physician will be who desire to work and food and !

IF YOU WANT'TOBUY WATCH, CLOCK AND ** a small, low, sandy: bland called SAND KEY. was not discovered until 1876 when two large filled by Dr. W. E. Murphree, who clothing for those unable to work.

SELL OR RENT GENERAL REPAIRING Insignificant though it may teem, this tiny key specimens were captured In Arch Creek, near has just completed his Internshipat Every Caucasian of legal age-should ''I 5

SEE US- boasts of a distinction no other can claim, that Miami, by Raymond L. Ditmars and C. E. Jack the Duval County Hospital In be a member of this great organization I, IJ

All Work Guaranteed of being the southernmost part of the United IOn Since that date many/ tpeciman have been Jacksonville_ ___ aa there Is power In numbers 5i i'
WILSONREALTY the iiland's center rli.l the Iron skeleton Sand taken between Lake Worth and Cape Sable. The and we all want to banish poverty i'
Only about seven out of every from this great of ..
LN:' GREEN BUILDING States, proper, Lat 24 dg. 27' 11* north. From crocodile Is considerably more agile and vicious 100 Americana Immune country
CORP. are to ours forever! y,
HTARKE! FLORIDA the Island's center rises the Iron skeleton Sand than the alligator and Its teeth are longer and tooth decay. H. H. Young Pres.

Key.Lighthou.e, with one resident keeper, the more pointed yet In a wild stat this specie doe '
nly one of all the six reef lighthouiss that does not exhibit: hostility toward man. Maximum length 1 L V I

distinctive not stand In water. An Interesting feature of of the crocodile appear to be about 14 feet. Its 5

grace flowerscherry Sand Key Is the fact that during hurricane the long, narrow and pointed head at ones diitingulihes CHANGE TO SUMMER OIL ljl

at herschel 1 I key washes almost entirely awr, but always the eroeodll from the alligator. "

phone Jacksonville 7-2129 -builds back again after a few months. FOR THAT S ',:f

smart neuter piece. '.uses a l co rw g ea ----- '
II flowers for gifts II Mrs. Luther L. Rhodes Is enjoy- Miss Carolyn Hutto, of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. O. U Beasley and FOURTH OF JULY TRIP

in spent ththjWeek-end with bet Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned !
visit with relatives "
Ing a
,_ ,. ,_ .r
N. C. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hut. Monday from Tampa where they
Wayneaville. last week. THAT GMl) GIILF GAS AND GULF LUKE' MOTOR OIL ? ,

BE WISE I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, of ,
All Woodmen Circle member Dr. S. Sternberg. of Dayton i
here with
Mr.Hampton and Mrs.spent A. Sunday E. McKinney.Mr. are urged to pay their due Beach spent the week-end with Mr Let Us Wash, Polish and Grease Your Car I : f

CARRY ADEQUATE INSURANCE promptly this month by the secretary and Mra. N. Sternberg at Klnga Way 4

Mrs. L. S. Hutto. ley Lake.
and Mrs. M. Mime, of Jack ;
sonville, were week-end guests of DEAeS RV I
VETERANS Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Keller. Miss Mary Brownlee, of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas, and NEW STATION 1 ,
Ritter of Jackson-
sonville was a guest Sunday of her Miss Margaret ,
parents, Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Brown- ville, spent the.week-end with Mr.
Miss Etholln White will spend HlinKRT PRIEST
We Have a, Special Life Insurance Program Particularly lee. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter.Mr. Manager
the week-end in Lake Butler as a
Adapted to Fit The Needs of World War Veteran Who I S t

Have Caahed In Their Bonus, and Respectfully Solicit guest of Miss Charlotte Savage. The Rev. C. B. Price spent the and Mrs J. M. Brownlee and
Thrtr BlI8ln_. We Ask That Our Many Friends of week-end In Stuart where he filled family have moved to their home I NAT SEZ: ,
Bradford and Adjoining Countle Consult With Us. for Miss Dorothy White and Mills
at the Church I
the pulpit Baptist here after spending a month at
Their Insurance Needa. Clara McGee spent Wednesday in Sunday. Kingsley Lake. I On n hot day like thin one's fancy ) w

We write a complete line of Fire Life and Automobile Jacksonville lightly turn. to thought of lee
Insurance and respectfully solicit the business of the Mrs. A. M. Warren and daugh Mrs. J. F. Colley and Misses Katie ; q

citizens of our community. Mr. and Mrs. Callis Manninghave ter, Miss Fay Warren, of Ralford, and Virginia Fugate were In rrriun roar. Ire wafer, a dip In the 49 j J,
moved to Klngsley Lake for visited friend. here. Saturday after Jacksonville last Saturday after

Respectfully, several weeks. noon. noon. -r 1 lake In feet anything but writing t twls.

: Miss Marlon Bowden, of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and The weather'le the only alibi
JOHNS & Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery
sonville, spent the week-end at family of Jacksonville. spent Sat attended the District meeting ot I have to offer today for my heck iii
I Kingsley Lake. urday here with Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Charley E. Johns N'tD. Wainwright' Jr I Brownlee.Mr. Jacksonville the Methodist Church this week In of talent, no I can't much blame ',. 6

157 We t Call Street Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hernandez, yon for turning
up your none at
1 of Jacksonville were guests Sundayof and Mrs. George Easter, cf
IS Kincald arrived
Mrs. Jeanette
Telephone Mr. and Mrs. John Kinlaw. Jacksonville, have moved here aol hlot I one
r.... ... .. v ...... ,_ r .... have an apartment at the Spark- here Monday from New York City
where she spent ten days accompanied -
Harvey Chastain of New SmyrnaIs man house on Call Street. :\fcoJALI. '
by Mr. and Mrs C. C 1 \ I '4
the week with Carlton
spending Priest of Jacksonville Hoppe, of Tampa.Mr. PATTERNSThry
Chastaln. Miss Pauline -
SPEND THE spent the week-end here with 55 -.A are Printed

W. J. Epperson Jr., of Jackson her parents. Mr. and Mra. E. C. and Mra. P. S. Denmark 25c to 50c I

ville, spent Tuesday here with his Priest spent Sunday In St. Augustine vis HiMI'UllTVPATTERNS i iR
their daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
mother, Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. lung
FOURTH HERE"A Mrs. J. A. Martinez' and lion J. Roger Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Joe ; a

A. S. Crews and Mrs. R, M. A. Jr., of Tampa! are here visitIng Thomas. 15c 20c 25c '1Ii
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A
visitors to Jackson- ]
Brown were ,I''
W. Redgrave. ** Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Epperson
ville Monday. + MKN'SSHIRTS
and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, i !

Good Time For All" Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones The W. C. T. U. will'assemble! at Jr., all of Jacksonville, spent Sun- orSHORTS i

and family will arrive this week at the home of Mrs A. W Anderson day here with Mrs. W. J. Epperson. -
and the hour !is q
month. Friday afternoon
for a A
Kingsley Lake Good One for 21So
Large 3:30.: HANKS quality at __ W t
L. D. Vining, of Marianna, will Neal Hainlin, Jr., and brother, :MANHATTANVt bile--"the ......
Glass 5 the Fourth of July with Mr. and Mr. R. J. Davis and Albert Halnlln, of Miami, were mflnt.
C friends spend here. daughters, Ida Lula and Marjorie, here this week visiting their grandparents UNNINOWE j ,
Draught will arrive home Sunday from a Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prea- HOSESlightly

Beer ________ Miss Sarah Ellzaabeth Shaw was month's stay at Daytona Beach. cott. : Imperfect would Nil a
--- for 91 \If at i
visiting friends In Brooksvllle over perfect; priced f
the week-end. Mr. and Mr. Ancll Wainwright Mr. and Mra. R. E. Mundorff of 69c

of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here I St. Petersburg visited Mr. and ,i
numbers from
MUSIC DANCING L. Rennolda of Richmond, Va. with Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. An- I Mrs. A. H. Johns Monday. They Regular
arrived A. Monday and will spend the :dreu. I were on their way to North Care>> 79c to $1 a Pair ,

GOOD EATS week here with hla wife. I ,lina.
Dr. and Mrs C. F. Sayles, of GOOD QUALITY MRN'N

LUNCHESAll Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring, of Miami, are guests of Judge and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richard and WORK SHIRTS 1\\ J
PLATE the Peek Mrs. A. M. Richard have returnedto
Jacksonville, spent the week with Mrs. E. K. Perryman at Regular 75o Grade
their home at the State Farm
J. W. Andrew., Jr place at Klngsley Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. 69c
Kind of SandwichesCold after spending several! days on the
Chastaln and daugh East Coast
andL. Mrs. Mack
The Rev. B. M. Montgomery .
were -- A New Feature at Thin Store
ter-Uldine, of Smyrna
Drinks A. Davis were In Jacksonville Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. Street Dendy, of TOM HAWVEKSHIRTS
Thursday for a district steward'smeeting. guests '" Gainesville, and Mr. and M".. A. ..y '
All Ways ;
Shrimp Prepared G. Ludwig, of Hernando, were FOR BOYS ra

to Mrs. Harold C. Wall spent several guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. A. Size. from 6 to 14 K z ,,
Mrs. A. E. WaU left Monday Strickland at Kingaley Lake. b
and days thisweek In Jacksonville S. 79c
with Mr.
few days
spend a of Mr, and Mrs.
TheSpotlight Ha- as a guest
Mrs. Frank Oren In Winter Walnwright. Mr. and Mrs. L. Leibowitz, Mr. -
W. M.
ven. r and Mrs. Bob Lelbowltz. Mr. and IT PAYS TO IJUY ATSTERNBERG'S ,

-- Martin Strutn left this week for Mrs. Marcus Edelateln and Mr. and ,
Mr. and Mrs. George C. after spending a Mra. Willie Edelstein all of Gainesville -
York City
of Tallahassee -
and daughter Frances > guests last week-end of
.days leave from the Navy were
ON ROAD THIRTEEN will arrive G.for W.a Aldermanand visit Sat- with thirty his parents, Mr. and Mr. W. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg at
urday with Mrs. Lake.
Klngsley ;;III
Mr. and Mrs. J. W White.


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Wedding Dinner Party I I cles curling like angry makes as Sheep grazIng "xJ>OIIe..
; they swept by. erosion. khY
An Event Of TuesdayA For Church Stewards TheLetter

lil'1; Jl! ', rf $Dclelyj The Rev. and Mrs B M. Montgomery Anne Lindbergh's incomparable] -...
1 .p i+t wedding marked by sImplicityand BoxStarke NORTH OF THE ORIENT makes ; .
1 +r.i. beauty took place Tuesday afternoon entertained at a dinner the reader indignantly inquire,
1 at four-thirty o'clock party Tuesday evening, guests being Malaria
Hi'- T
Methodist "Why didn't she write more Her
when Miss Mary Eunice Perkins stewards of the
,1 t 'Il,,:t ... became the bride of Earl Burg Church. After a delicious dinner, Fla. book is far too brief!" 6 6 6

''Ii ;, Circles Will Meet Monday Mrs. Mundy Searing, the ring ceremony being the pastor an datewards proceededto June 30, 1936. Out-of-town visitors praise our COLDS
'i.'.;1I Entertains For Guest performed by the Rev. C. B. Price plan for the coming year of Editor, Telegraph library. We citizens are justly

I I ::1 ,"" 1 "'Iii. :I! Circles/ ] of the Woman's Mlslson- at the home of the bride's mother church work. Starke, Fla. proud of It! "SSKm'o .TATYy1 !! Irl.fl...,
i.1 I ,'. of the Methodist With Swimming PartyMrs. Mrs. W. H. Perkins. Only the W. P. Smith was elected chairman Dear Sir: tirn uaYw a
; ary Society Very truly Mi.ele.Try .
) 'l witnessed this of the Board of Stewards; L. While I browsed one hot after- yours -.
Immediate family
1'/. V", Church will meet Monday after. W. B. Mundy. Jr.. entertained .R..MF ,
r. r
U ):1": at o'clock. CIr- afternoon of marriage, which Is of interest to C. Ray and L. A. Davis secretaryand noon In the pleasant rooms of the Reader. _: :: .: W..I.d.. 9erymuu

.\ ,/\ i H:: t, cle noon Number three-thirty One will meet at the last week on Wednesday with a swimming partyat many persons in this and other treasurer .Prof. U A. Gray I city library, I recalled] the words .-_.."....."......._...".,..-"'..-......".....,.."..'."mwnAfmbna.niuwuimuomaumnunm. .. .. .. ,, ...,. ,. '.,.., ..,, ,..'unmuwi. .".. .. .. ... ......,........'" -
fill written almost 600 -
; the board to of Chaucer
i' ,; .,.; f.'i' home of Mr. and Mr. J. F Col- the Klngsley Lake home of Mr. states. was appointed on
/.1 ;' .f '; ; ley. Circle Number Two will meet and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., com- Pink and orchid dahlias and the vacancy caused by the resignation years ago: w
I V\I'i'h )ifs at the home of Mrs. A. W. Red- plimenting her cousin Miss Dorothy gladioli] arranged In large baskets The Board of L. of VIning.Stewards Is composed "As for me, though that I konne CUSTOMERS, !
; grave with Mrs. Redgrave and Mrs. Ellen Steele, of Gainesville. and bowls formed the attractive lyte,
i ': J t A.< W. Anderson as hosteaBes.e After enjoying a swim In the decoration for the rooms where the of W. P. Smith, L A. Da- On bokes for to rede, I me delyt, BEGINNING MONDAY JULY
I e I'jf', k',1 _. cool water the young folks played guests were seated. Mrs, L. A. vis, L. C. Ray, L. A. Gray, O. W. And to hem yive I feyth and ful ,

S ; \ : World war veterans are dying at games until late in the after- Canova presented a program of: Smith White,and E. N K.F.Perryman Guilford, F. S. credence, WE WILL CLOSE AT 12 NOON

e1 'f'\'f'wi' the rate of eighty a day. noon when Mrs. Mundy and the wedding music, the numbers played And in myn herte have hem in EXCEPT ON SATURDAYS
j I I honoree, assisted by :Mrs. CharleyE. previous to the entrance of the reverence."
I r Johns and Mrs. Andrews, serv- bridal party were "Until" (San Epworth League In our library are books to suit THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER!
,tall' :x ed light refreshments. deraon) and "O Promise Me" (De- Has Business MeetingA all tastes: some of the best

., : The young people enjoying the Koven). thoughts of writers on Biblical sub-
( : ; J RITZ THEATRE I party with the honoree were: "The Bridal Chorus from Lohen- League business meeting was jects, history, biography, SHOP EARLYAnd
:c Carolyn Keene, Katherine Kinlaw, grIn"" announced the coming of the< held Monday night at the Methodist phy, poetry, travel, and PhIJoao-l
I'' :I STARKB Freddv. Wlmberlv.. Sara Barefoot, bride, who entered on the arm of Church for the purpose of There are beat-sellers,
Patsy.Roberts., Jacqueline Andrews -I her brother, W. E. Perkins. While electing several officers. They are: you read LIFE WITH FATHER? Take Advantage Of Our

PROGRAMBEGINNING I Buddy Andrews, John Kin- the ceremony was being performedMrs. Vice-Presldent A. W. Anderson; If you want an hour or two of fun, Cost And Below Cost Prices
FRIDAY law, Enos Hayes, Jr., Sonny : Canova softly played "I Love Secretary-Treasurer, Miss Etholin read this exhllerating account of
Haynes, Jerome Johns and Junior You Truly" (Bond). White; Chairman ,of Membership Father, that lovable tyrant, and his On All Dresses & HatsMARGUERITE'S
THURS.-FRI., JULY 2 & 8 Klrkpatrlck. The bride was lovely in her dressof Committee Miss Marie McGee. vagaries. Read of his bout with

"Under Two Flags" navy blue georgette with matching Misses Katie and,.Virginia Fu- Rob Roy, read bow he hired a cookIn
E League Has PartyAt I accessories, and she wore a gate, Margaret Hair; Earneatlne five minutes who remained! with SHOPPE

'} Claude Colbert corsage of white and orchid dah- Andrews, Vonda Inman and Grat- Jie family twenty-six years, how ,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,.
Kingsley Lake !''m"'II'Ii'! '' i u.' n ntniiitiminiimimit'' 'imiiiimi ''mininimntimiminntitiiinmiinttwit'''''''''' '''''''''' '' '''' '''' ''' ''''' ''''' '' i"''''' i
} Ronald Colman lias to complete her attractive costume ton Cooper were appointed to vari- he tried to sew on a button, how
Victor McLaglcn The members of the local Ep ous committees.! >. he tried to make a violinist out of
T, Rosalind Runnel worth League enjoyed a party at Mrs. Searing Is a graduate of the one of his sons who was tone-deaf,
i KIngsley Lake last Friday after B. H. S. and has studied at the W. M. U. Circles to Meet how he yelled when he got sick GRANDMOTHER'S BREAD

SATURDAY, JULY <4TII.< noon and evening at the cottage of J University of Florida. For several how he planned to "buy a new lot
1 ..1 "Red River Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. years past she has been a memberof The Circles of the Baptist W. M. In the cemetery, a plot all for him Fresh Baked
Valley"Gene water and I the faculty of the Starke school. U. will meet next Monday. D
Swimming sports self. 'And 111 buy one on a corner,
r i S 1 AutrySUN.lION. best of all, a watermelon cutting Her winning personality has gained Circle No.1, Mrs. L. G. Powell, he added triumphantly, 'where I A (14-Oz. LOAF or
leader, will meet with Mrs.! F. F.
friends who Join In wishIng -
served to make the afternoon pans many can get out!' ]J''hei .IspereJ: to
4 JULY 0-6 quickly. Boat riding games, refreshments for her the best In married life. Flume at 3:30.: me, 'I almost 1 Jilt ve ..... could!' 12-oz. Rolls 5cttTdllS9a0
I "The Kid"Al Mr. Is employed by the Circle No.2, Mrs. W. B. Alexander -
Singing of cake and punch Searing For those vi 10 tike their fiction
leader will meet at 3:30
made the evening lively and enter- State Road Department : with a historical background, there 18-oz.
o'clock with W Family Loaf 7c
Jolson Mrs. J. Epperson,
After the the party
taining. ceremony Is one of the best of the late books,
( W'Inl Shaw Invited Into the dining room with Mrs. B. M. Fused!, co-hostess.
Those Misses was
attending were: EARLY CANDLELIGHT, a storyof IIHERLE(0NOMYRUlE3j|||
Sybil Jason Etholin and Dorothy White, Clara, where the table was covered witha The Young Matrons Circle will what the Indians called Mint- 24-oz. Pullman Loaf 10c

Cab 'alloway and Band Lettie and Marie McGee, Vonda In- handsome lace cloth and centeredby ,be entertained Monday evening cots, the Sky-tinted Water. The
Yacht Club Boys man, Lillian Moseley, MargaretHair a large wedding cake, which with a picnic lunch by Mrs. W. B.Mundy characters are most interesting: I1ILFY BELLE FREESTONE
d Billy Graham, A. W. Anderson was surrounded by asparagus fern Jr., Mrs. A. H. Johns and Jasper Page who "knew exactly IONA BRAND
TUE8.-WED.; JULY 748 Gratton Cooper, John Inman, and pink gladioli. Pink tapers in Mrs. C E. Johns. All membersare what he wanted of life, and had Plain or Self-Rising PEACHES Lb. 5c 5
) added to the urged to attend :Members will
' "Petticoat Fever"Myrna the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery. silver candelabra also not the faintest doubt of his ability -
meet at Mrs. Mundys at 7 o'clock,
from which
charm of the table
to get It";;,Deedee, with her tall FLOUR
1 Mrs. E. .W,
fruit and cake. Hayei iteader.
served punch
Loy I was FANCY
1 i "r. 0 slender brownness and her eyes
1 3 t } Robert Montgomery :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Tues- Immediately after the informal :; like bright brown diamonds;' her 24 lb. Bag 69c
I HayesStricklandThe -
reception, Mr. and Mrs. Searingleft CELERY Stalk lOc
day in Jacksonville with her sis- father and his old friend Jacques,
j Lt'CKY SEAT NITE EVERY tpr, Mrs. Jack Brlggs. Mr. Briggs for a wedding trip in the North. marriage has been announced -I voyageurs who in their youth always -
will visit relatives
and while away they
1 recently suffered a stroke of paralysis of Miss Edna Strickland to sang on a portage:: "We sangin
in Elizabeth, N. J., and
1 the rain. We when the
Enos Wilson Hayes, Jr., on Friday, sang
in New York. I
.. ..... points June 12, at Gainesville. The brIdeIs mosquitoes bit like a million dev-
----------- The young couple will live in CARROTS Ea. 5c
a faculty member of the Bradford ils. There are the'Sioux preparing -
T Starke, and after July 15: will be : Mild, Mellow, Pure
for their ancient
County High School], and Mr. revenge upon
at home to their friends at .515: : Santos
JULY Hayes Is employed at the Hayes enemies, the Chippewa, passing "in .
I West Call Street.Outoftown FANCY CALIF.ORANGES
: Service Station. Both young people canoes, their stripped torsos wet COFFEE
relatives attendingthe
have a wide circle of friends from their haste, their back mus-
t marriage were the bride's sister Doz. 35c
#; I Mrs. R. B. Trask, of Lakeland, here, who wish them. happiness. Lb. 17 c
: !land I the bridegroom's brother and ------- .. -'-- -
; j sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen B. Quarterly. M.\ U. RallyThe CENT A WORD \ELLOW
> Scaring of Jacksonville.
Shampoo, Fingerwave and Manicure SOc II quarterly rally of the Baptist -! > ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc
l W. M. U. of the New River COLUMNNX
:\lun orff. ennctt
Association will be-held at Raiford, COLD: S1KKXM! !
i,: 1 Arch and Manicure __. ._ _. ._ _.__ 50c
G. M Bennett, of St. Petersburg, Friday, July 10: The] meeting will 000 MISSIONARY Strawberry b Finest Alaska Pink A\'OC.\DO
begin at 10 o'clockDinner will plants' for sale. Ready to dig, I ft
announces the marriage of his
+ P+ Facial (Body Massage) Arch, Shampoo, daughter, Lula Lucille, to RonaldE. be> served on the grounds. All Apply to T. M Williams, Box 26 i SALMONTall J PEARS 2for 1Sc

1' Mundorff also of St. Peters- Baptist W. M. U. members are invited I Rcute 2, Starke. 6-26-Stp

11 Finger Wave and Manicure .. 1.75 1 burg, on April 21 at Tampa to attend. FAT- MILKFED-- For Sale Can lOc
4 1 Mrs Mundorff, who with her pa- --- --- _ _ BLACK EGLEBEER
2o rents per pound. Mrs. R R.
I rents were former residents of Mrs. John H. Gill leaves Friday:
Prevatt, East Call Street Starke.
1 i GUARANTEED PERMANENTS Starke, has a number of friends for her home In Richmond, Va., after !
1 i here who will be interested to learn a visit here with her parents, Itp .

it the marriage. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Her FOR SALE-More than 75,000:
(Only New Materials Used) ----. little son, Jackie Joe Murden will] Missionary Strawberry plants. ION A UK AND and CLASoSRAL"
\\lth Cheese
From the base of the foundation remain with his grandparents I Now ready Fresh ordered nursery I
t L :1 tI I of the Statue of Liberty to the top while Mr. and Mrs. Gill spend their i. stock set this year. See Joe Tomato SauC'eSPAGHETTI

$2.50 Up of the torch there are 403 steps! vacation in New York and Canada. Peele, Lawtey, Fla. 7-l-2tp 1 fnr 2Sc

Telephone Aft .' I Per Can 5c I Flu. Bottle Deposit

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LARD Lb.9icFILLSBURY'S : SCRATCH FEED, 8 1-3 Lb. Bag 25c

25-lb. 65c
BEST 20 the
WORDS FAIL US 37c Baby Chick Scratch Feed 25-lb. bag 63c
t ,, 12-Lbs .
1 --
FLOUR 90c -

; ., When we try to clenorllw this new shipment of CASH & CARRY 24-Lbs. _______ 69c SCRATCH FEED 100 Lb. Sk.$1.99
t Ijullm' Drraaes. You will Just have to nee them j
to believe them. They are cool but style !Ie not 1 GROWING MASH 100 Lb. Sk. $2.35
P'' t..rifh.N1 for cookies. A large variety of fabrics Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan-
and colors j 1 I R E E It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets F R E E EGG LAYING MASH 100 Lb. Sk. $2.35

; 1.25 1.49 1.95 WHITE HOUSE-Unsweetened-Evaponted. >>


BOYS' D RES S 80"8' j NECK BONES Lb. 8c P. O. N. All 80 Varieties
__. __ __
MEAL 5 Lbs. lOc N. B. C.


r Good PLAY TOMATOES 4 Cans 25cPRINCE BEEF STEW Lb. lOc ALE 3 Pkgs. 13c

S i In 12-Oz. Tins10c
., y, ,,4t.r,. Grade ANU PIG TAILS, Lb. 12/ c
LONG ----- --
r'' 't WEAR .,- WORK ALBERT, can __ 10c

_ ::1i 89c 59c tolA9 MIL MEDAL 3 tall cans 19c STEAK{ Lb 22c AP Fancy Tub or Print 29-Oz.

Bottle poMlt
1 S Plus
1 to 9&LadJ. CHUCK STEAK or BUTTER Lb. 35c 25c

t SALT, 4 Pkgs. 9c ROAST, Lb. _ __ 12'/2c

I 25c SWEET; MIXEDPICKLES Oleomargarine
GRITS 10 Lbs.

E : ...' Ii Friendly I 1 24-oz. 15c NUTLEY Lb. 15c Red IONA Ripe-BI Full faC'k;


+ t ALL FIVES TOMATOES, 2 Lbs. 5c Cans.
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LARD 48c
I Size. i
e e e SaT
WHO BREAD 3 Loaves 25c : :

a 2.95 to 79c 5.00 !I Id CATSUP 14-oz. lOc HI-PLANE 2 Cans 15c : :1 WHOLE CHEESE MILK Lb. 23c 21-oz. Jar 19c

II I MUSTARD, Qt. Jar lOc GOOD SCRTCiit t ...___ _._ P' -=


i & COMPANY t, SUGAR 5 Lbs.. 25c FEED 100 Lbs. $2.00 I t i A. & P. FOOD FLORIDA STORESTARKE

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IANNIVERSARY SALE--1 0 BIG DAYS Thru.::, Na.wonJty dl July Oprrrtor 11 M I' 1.;, ',f;;,:, : ".




8oz. Jar Jar Mayonnaise Mayonnaise _--__-27c 15c LIMES Dol. 1 lOc C.J STEW BEEF (Rib) 2 Lbs. 25c Sandwich Loaves 25c ;

MIRACLE WHIP 2 Lge. Heads 17e E-t CHUCK BEEF ROAST Lb. ISc 3 DIRGE y r u, k,%k
8-oz. Salad Dressing FANCY ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc FAT FRYERS Pound 24e
16-oz. Salad Dressing ____23c NICE RIPE -==e FA.:"VESTEUN A LARCiKLAYER it':% ,

32-oz. Salad Dressing ____39c AVOCADO' PEARS 2 for ISc ROUND STEAK Pound 2Sc CAKE ;' ,4 '.I'

RRAFT PACKAGES CHEESE GRAPES 2 Lbs. 25c : PIG EARS 3 Lbs. 25cR6C EACH 35c :. 'x .. .,'J C Cwl

1.4 Lb. Any Variety 10c
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1/2 Lb. Any Variety 18c KNOX JELL 1( ;
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8-oz French Dressing Bot._17c 3 Packages . 19c

MEAL 10 Lbs. 20c BACON Lb. 121/vc


GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c SIDE BACON Lb. 15c .

RICE 5 Lbs. 25c COCOA Bulk BACON Lb. 17c

Per Lb.
SYRUP Gal. 50c 21/2c Each Lb. 20c
Cans 25cEUtLY MATCHES 1 Lb. Carton 12c 8 Lb. Carton 89c 8 Lb. Pail $1.00 SALT WISCONSIN. j,
3 Boxes lOc 4 Lb. Carton 45c 4 Lb.Pail 52c 48 Lb. Pail $5.29 26-oz. Pk. 4/zcBIG CHEESE Lb. 23c

TENDERWACH3Mo2c'ns25c 'SOAP ", !1l\r.. \.. It...nOMI.. PITI't ':!I'l
.It "' ooJ "A.a, A US. 0.1riouii
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1 1-LB. BARS c iiuYfumEI.I.: :*I SIGARWE TABLE TALK j )
all/dOrd.fS* N I. 94 FICOR J I : SELL r> Il
\R IIElt 3 For lOc I far S 9 n'r 20 c -- om48c l 24-LbS. 69c .
COFFEE! 2 Cans 25c' 5-Lb. Bag 25c 10-Lb. Bag49c 10 I Lbs. I'..tIN OR SELF-RISINO" dk
POWDER, 10 for ______23c CREAM IIt I
SUPER SUDS, 3 for __ __ 25cOCTAI.ON aJ'i" : 2 Large Packages ._. 23c 'F

PXLM SOAP: OLIVE:, TOILET 3 Bars ._._________14c No. 2 can 1sl:0,13c No; 2]/ 20cDEL SOFT BISQUICK ASILK, Lge, PIg.Pkg. 33c 27c 4 !

PALM OLIVE PEAS 2 17c No.21/ 20c
SOAP, 3 Bars ___ ___14cCRfSTIL DEL MONTE can GREEN GAGE .
25c 10 lb. 49c
SOAP CHIPS, 5-lb. box _35c PEAS No.r 2 can 23c PLUMS No 21h Can 20c CLy\IUIER GIRL MAKING; Bag

r HELMANN DELICIOUS : BEANS No. 2 can 15c PEACHESNo21hC'n' lie I


MAYONNAISE8oz. JUICE Tall Can 9c No. 2 can 17c Z LIPTON'S TEA'. ,

'16-oz.Jar Mayonnaise ___27c c Tomatoes No 21can 15c JUICE{ No. 1 Can lOc 1 z 1.4 Lb. Pkg. 25c 1
32oz. ___49c
8-oz.Jar Relish _ISc QAJQRMJJCE!'! can 7c No.2 lie : .
16oz. Jar Relish _. _27c : I DEL MONTE ROYAL ANN can -i; t.,'

Full Bread Pint& Butter Jar ___Pickles._ _ 17c PEARS Tall can 13c CHERRIES Tall can 17c H I FRENCH'S PRODUCTS{, V.,.!

NUCOA APRICOTS 1 Can 15c SALAD Tall Can 17c BIRD FRENCH'S: SEED, Pkg. 15c 'U' f 4

Pound _. __ CONCORD C. f.\i; or TAYLOR'S GRAPE VAN CAMP\ Chicken of the Hen TUNA ,' '
.___y_ 20c BIRD GRAVEL, Pkg. lOc t $
MRS. r.rss's JUICE Ptl 1211C; Qf. 23c FISH !/7-Lb.Can 15c FRENCH'SPrepared! f
NOODLES, Pkg.__ _____lOcI DEL MONTE\ SWEET MIXED\ or DILL Mustard, 6-oz. lOc I ? ,;.

en COFFEE Lb. 25c PJrKl.ES60;:. 15c Prepard FRENCH'S Mustard, 12-oz. __ 13c
Z '
I- 't 2 for 'UENcn'4PICKLING! ; ; 1
\ POPER4oz. 0 Black Pepper, 4-oz. can lOc'FRENCll'S'
i Can 9c Assorted SPICES, can lOc
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ftJl -- I was powerless
I In view of financial and oral lines. bolt ]

: TI'd' The superior mind is more wake- : support from anti-New Deal intercuts Ho abandons 111

w FARMERS SECTION ful Walter both night B. Pitkin and day, ,author accordingto of : LIVE STATE NEWS Talmadge'a outside Georgia Junket for about Governor the fighting for prlnl'lplet all preletlle wbera

of Achievement. Be- says he hopes f
'I jj. "Psychology country to attack President Roosevelt -' he BreM/

;, i" it.! Conducted by Demonstration Agentar cause the pressure of thought and News of Florida In Short ParagraphsBOARD the significance of his "aboutface" Democratic platform bUt It win
Imagination Is high, sleep comes not he will be
) ,) I t In scurrying back Into the support ,at

,; :j",r hi' 1"I slowly. Democratic fold cannot be confined declares be will continue anyWay.
: ; 't to
;'J .1 .1.I. /, I A late report by Donald Laird -- to Georgia. He now says he size the New Deal yet v t
I. ,( shows that a study of 909 distinguished will support tbe Democratic candi- support the Democratic
\\ ,1,,, ,.': _, II Americans reveals that 70 --who will Land
DEFERS!: HEARING BODY RECOVERED date and platform. certainly u. 110
Hints To Housewives cent of them have so much cept the ODe
RURAL per TALLAHASSEE The State ST. PETERSBURG-Tampa Bay His opportunist flip-flop cornea principal New prgtr

COMMON SENSE trouble going to sleep that they Railroad Commission postponed Indefinitely recently yielded the body of Wil- too late and must weaken hla tot- Is to laugh.Tampa Tlllles
have been forced to develop
1' f Weekly from Home Demonstration spacial Its' June 30 hearing: to liam D. Eubank, the last of the tering political strength further.

By SPUDS JOHNSON techniques. revise the rules of procedure and three coast guardsmen who lost His "standing army," behind which
Specialist, T.UaheeSHORTIIiNTS A citation In Pitktn's book reveals
that Lincoln confessed that regulation governing: passengerbus their lives when the giant amphibian he has stood to tell State employees -

transportation MG.168 crashed into the storm- organized labor, school officials
HEALTH CONDITIONS IN as a youth, he often lay awake
tossed waters three miles from the and Georgians in general
d? RURAL AREAS NEED TO most of the night trying to figurethe CARRIERS N
: TO MEET port of St. Petersburg. The bodies what they could and could not do
IMPROVED exact of previously, liar
BE GREATLY meaning A
A meringue needs a moder- ap
I TALLAHASSEERural letter of two companions, Lieut. >)
t Health Is one of the most priced ate oven, about 300 degrees F. It heard adult conversations. A youthof Intellectual carriers of Florida will hold their Charles Martin Perrott and RadIo- iiMsMTI..
intelligence, lacking -
needs to bake for 15 to 20 minutes. average
of mankind. Yet annual convention at Tallahassee!
S possessions
would have c aJE
Moderate heat cooks the
\ slowly
Jt Is often neglected and abused July 57. Carriers here said they;
to sleep soundly.
Film of white around each tiny gone
until It Is Irrevocably lost. egg expected an attendance of about .
bubble air and then x ire
of the mere WPA PLAN
Prior to the beginning of the ingue holds up well. UNITED STATES MONEY 100. EXPLAINS NEW

20th century, health conditions In The United States has ten different WOUNDS HIMSELF JACKSONVILLE new system ] MINOL[
tSf e
rural areas were better than those kinds of money: gold certificates OFFICER of financing WPA projects on I
Indications point to a slight decrease -
j r prevailing In clues That, however in of tomatoes and !, silver certificates Treasury CLEARWATER Patrolman a monthly basis was described Hnq dir.saes JACK SONVILL

is not the case. at.present acreage for commercial notes of 1890, United States Jim Neal Is nursing an injury from here by E. A. Pynchon, Florida ..reIV

"! II' 'i An era of public health Improve- green peas this planted and notes, national bank notes, Federal his own blackjack. He forgot to Works Progress administrator. It IW ........... ter. FLORID
I canning year more corn .
.;i ,,1' s ment in urban communities for the and snap beans than In 1933. The Reserve notes, gold coins, silver move his band when he brought the becomes effective July 1. Allocations )< real ea.Llwrln.Oe.ldenre.. .11... (HAAUt Gil g
'I, past thirty-five to forty years has that went into last dollars, subsidiary coins, and token blackjack do4' on the skull of an will be made every month 1,15.Nilr YOUR Ydl.i4e.l anl.n..
corn cans season -
\It 1 resulted in conditions of health In money.if unruly Inebriate!, and broke a fin- for each project, Pynchon said, the Is wnt ea.geslve. M ..as..el e.l i.p.a.a, w d.,
L I was a large crop and thisyear's i.1u.ol.I s.. kI.Awl lec.IJ
r cities becoming much better than a J,I,
ger. amount of the fund to be determined .1 Je..
outlook is for still more uswa ).c&wswN., .
at In several thick E.sy .
q ; formerly. No longer do epidemics wrapped once during ,eA sad .A..., a.
l by necessary expenditures .It situ, .
corn, so perhaps the housewife who u. 1,
"',1. i sweep the country and decimate nesses of firm wrapping paper or WORK TO START SOON a 30-day period. ..'..ad ad., ,. .., ,bed.el
.. must use minute of her timeto
every In It Is not the Ink on
: ,I! the population of congested areas newspaper. TALLAHASSEEConstruction -r .anw .eJ hied.J ea4q
advantage will do well to can
the that keeps the moths
In the cities facilities have been paper of the new $500,000 tuberculosis PLEASED OVER VOTE I ITIO
\\1 B I II'i'.n less corn, herself, and put up more away but the fact that the paper sanatorium Orlando COCKTAIL ILOUNGI CH
near was expected
for the safe disposal of E1 i
provided of other crops which will not be as JACKSONVILLE Nathan J
be taken
Is unbroken. Care must
I human wastes have I today by M. Rose Watson, Rw.-Se,1..l,lien,let
1 f i safeguards well represented on the grocer'sshelves. to bend back the folds of the pa- state building program' director, to Roberts, southern regional director rs R.... If.oo 10 Aa.,.its
'J. 'rnI been thrown around supplies of wa-
l;. f ( ) per upon themselves along the begin within ten days. The hospital of Old Age Revolving Pensions, 10 $ tr.
ter milk, meats, and other foods, s.n, R... a ..
f edges and at the ends of the bundles will have 312 beds Limited, said he was "gratified"over ail ltd.
t f&wssw
and city people Insist on buying w e..ll.
". k ; Clothes moths do not eat into so that the moths cannot the success of Townsend-sup-
'J fresh, wholesome vegetables and Ci r ) 1 rOHHO H.I.I.HOMLKIMM .
I 1 paper to reach clothing. If wool crawl Into them. Sealing the open- TOEING THE MARKMIAMIToetouching ported candidates: In the recent y
I : fruits. Housing conditions, on the HOIIIOIIO
I l' ens and other fabrics subject to Ings with gummed paper is an add- won J. C. primary. Roberts taiU Joe Hen- ** .T 1ni.uk C.
whole, are better In towns and
moth attack are cleaned and freed ed precaution. dricka and R. A. G-eea, apparent -
; to.11' cities than In the country. Kuney a jury job despite his 97
I from moths by brushing, beating, nomination winners
congressional ,
However, health conditions In theo years. "I can still bend over and
;, <\ countrv could be. even now better and sunning, they will remain safe Stairs often are a hazard in a touch my toes_without bending my campaigned actively for the Town- FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

I; .if'' 4.p 1 than those-In -the-city.:-Screened home. Too steep stairways, stairs knees," Kuney'asserted when at- send plan.

J ,//1 j homes, drainage of mosquito their lead in this respect with narrow turns, stairs without torneys Indicated they would strike Many Tears Experience Make It Possible for Me to Rrode
Indifference on the part of ru- guards or handrails, unlighted his name because of He did CANDIDATE MAKES MONEY
;FI 1 i 1 breeding places, sanitary outhouses age. EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
r ral dwellers to conditions around
;J}; ,,;; ,j ,i and strict attention to sanitation stairways, especially Into the basement it and was accepted for duty.GIVEN' WEST PAL MBEACH-Candidates MODERATE] PRICES
them has kept progress from being the bottom base
Painting .
1' ;:: \ i j( in general will help to bring health made In health lines as rapidly as ment step wblte Is a good idea. who are wailing over their DeWITT C. JONES
r i I. fulness to rural areas and restore IS PEARSJACKSONVILLEA high accounts during the
. t .. l''t i ._________ .. It should have been. However, at- man recorded expense Starke Florida
S l !441 NOTICU OF KPRCIjtt "MtUTICH'S' titudes are changing rapidly now, Fresh unskimmed fluid milk Is as B. M. 28 faceda recent primary elections) should
Tilley, ,
I, consider the case of Phil O'Connell,
Y'If( MALE and It Is likely that will
progress about 13 cent solid food mate-
0- per 15-year prison sentence In slot
Nonce In a
hereby given that under who was nominated state
<.. 'I : and In accordance with that certain be made. Rural people are taking rial. This is more of solids than machine theft csae. Tilley received attorneyhere
.II'!! final ."f foreclosure and .al.! more pride in their surround of the common vegetables without opposition. O'Con-
rendereddecree by Hon. A. Z. .Adklnn many the sentence after pleading guilty
ixi nell made money on his campaign.
ings. They are endeavoring to obtain
Circuit Court of Ilrad- contain. The milk solids consist For
.' :; for-County! : to charges of grand larceny. Officers His final account, filed Expert RepairingSmith's
; Florida, In Chancery, In more attractive, more com- of 3.4 cent protein and 3.9 per expense
"SI, 0 t ,1' fatally wounded his wife
that certain
cause pending In Mid showed total of $383 and
\ ," fortable, more convenient, and cent fat .,9 cent lactose or expenses
\ ,.I' Court wherein The FedoraJ Land per when she attempted to escape In an
''I,'; I Rank of Columbia Is plaintiff and more sanitary homes and home milk and almost 1 per cent contributions of U -a net profitof
I' automobile following theft of the
,,1 Y T U Wainwright ft al are defendants $67.
o,","j Ii! '" } {, can 678, the undersigned Hperial .: surrounding mineral matter of which calcium coin devices here last May 29. .
1 t// Mauler by cud decree appointed : Immunization from communicable and phosphorus are the most Im- Garage
r, 1 will nell to
the highest bidder for' CONVICTS WILL GET JOBS
\ : .,' ''I I cash, In front of the South front diseases U being practiced on portant constituents. Dissolved in FILES CONTEST
;'"t-d: j : .,i door.."....of In the Htark.Bradford Florida County, during Court-the I an almost universal scale. Period- the milk fat are vitamins A and PENSACOLA--Sheriff H. E. TALLAHASSEE The State

yl ,, y legal Mount ot Bale on Monday, July ical health examinations are help- D, and In the liquid is vitamin G, Gandy, defeated for renominationby Road Department recently leased Phone 120

1 4.1 I flth 193.., the following describedpremise Ing rural as well as urban residentsto with a little of vitamins B and C fifteen votes in the recent Democratic eleven acres of the Ocala National
r 1 Ily ", situate In Bradford County
Florida, to-wlt keep well, often to correct rem- if the milk is used at once. run-off primary, filed a Forest from the U. S. Forest Service -

I \ ,: 5 i t The North Mouth Went Went quarter of ths'N' ediable defects before they are beyond contest, alleging a 1939 statute on which It Is expected to establish Wrecker Service Day or Night
quarter of Section!
J'', I .' Twenty-two (U), Township remedy. The family physician Slight changes often bring an permitting persons outside the a camp for discharged prisoners -

; Five (5) Mouth conlafnll.Twenty- Is called early In caue of Ill outmoded dress up-to-date. On a state to cast absentee ballots is to be employed on road "
'I I
.t' two (22) Eat, Forty
I (40) agree, more or lenn. ness.Good dress of plain material a "gtlet"or Invalid. Until. .absentee ballots work. The route of the road contemplated -
Sy., together. with all and the health dividends in overveet of fabric, or
singular pays printed were counted, Candy led Howard Is through the Ocala National -
,51r ." :i. purtcnaneep tenements, hereditament thereunto belong-In and ap or better work and longer life, while one of plain material In contrasting Hayes by twenty-one votes. Forest, entering at some '

1 l R appertaining situate poor health takes its inevitable toll color will add new Interest to an point> on the southern boundary and nEnt1B

t J In Bradford T. FRANK County I-ANimUM.Florida.\ In sapped vitality, loss of work, old garment. Dresses are some TO CLOSE FOSTOFFICE running In a northerly direction \ ;

'. A.. Special I Mauler in Chancery, and medical expenses. It pays to times cut so that the front can be ST. AUGUSTINE!: Postmaster pest beautiful Lake George and .

,j ,S jt, Attorney KNIOHT *for KNIGHT Plaintiff. give attention to health in rural as replaced with a detachable vestee J. Herman Manucy stated he has numerous other small lakes ;

r rt j '1'.',: I-It-2t-7-t well as urban communities. of pique or tucked linen. received notice to the effect that throughout the territory, finallyto

t:'I'I: the postofflce at Crescent Beach, Have the forest toward Rod- <<
flt .
7 on Anastasia Island, will be discontinued man.

t What Do You Need effective July 15. Postmaster r.

Manucy said patrons of the The shorest Inaugural address In

Crescent Beach postofflce should history was that delivered by Cal- {lj MOli-.lf.. RNATURE
erect suitable boxes
so that they vin Coolidge upon taking the officeof

z1' may be able to receive Star Route Governor of Massachusetts for

+ In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? ed.service on and.after the date nam- the second time. It contained

iit (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!) forty-four words.

; : Forecasters Juggle Unknown ------9 p4iD gR

LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS J. Quantity in Election Predictions

For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub _

y Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon

+ more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking :

S1 work variety.of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. r



{ Of course you knew we carried typewriter -

p: Sure you can buy them already stamped ribbons but what about the adding

from the Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa- S 2 : 3,000,000i e

I about as much personality and individuper rolls upon which you add up to see i/// NEW' I

Ni ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone

Prison, Farm paid the bills you send them and you did I (, VOTERS t.I t. I NATURE Itself air-conditions Florida Motor\ Llnw

T n't have to the send
pay ones they you.
as they sail over paved scenic highways,

s their own breeze that has with !t a fresh crlspn*** and
''g STATEMENTS I Invigorating zest only the out-of-doors can give. Clean.

t SECOND SHEETS v cool, natural air la healthy, and the fragrance of for
(' I : Some business houses stopped sendingthese wd
make Interesting
out during the depression but the No use to buy expensive papers when countryside travel by bus more other -
4I enjoyable than ever. Fare lower than by any
I I. time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do p mode of

expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked 90liTICALfORfCASrE y transportation.

on your friends Also that thin onion skink

a for making copies. : JACKSONVILLE ___ .80 CHICAGO _________lit0

TAMPA ---___-?_2.00 NEW YORK ______16.20

LAKE CITY ___ _-14.75
: For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

I Either printed engraved or embossed. Rubber bands gem clips all kinds of W. PALM BEACH _.5.2S DALLAS -___-_- :.

Too many styles to name but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles we can BY RlCHAltO C. BOVTOM OCALA -------_____l.oo CINCINNATI -113W.

here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There ; problem DAYTONA BEACH..2.45 ASHEVILLE ______ 806

reasonable. must be other things that escape us just OWE forecasters confronting Uu year po to and the professionals political wind.Th who hold straws

i .i ; now, but you can ask. t* the greatl expanding electorate Mesa candidate and aspirants present
Thirty-nine and a half mil THROUGH NORTH
are better known to the SCHEDULES
lion) voted. hi the1 average
1933presidential citizen
than any la American: po 4

+I WEDDING INVITATIONS LEGAL BLANKS election 000. or nine aa per..lncreaie cent o"ube of 3.000.-1938 .litical: voters history.who Thousand otherwise.of would lacard 4i..0 AM 8:40 AM 2:05: PM 8:15: P>'

j The folder type in white or the new figure. The country's population not exercise their voting franchise
S color.I If Don't bum your J legal I blanks-buy them Increased: only suand1 _-half .will get to the poll in November
ivory must economize I this cent
you on per In the same period. These
from us. We have I -some becauaebear Meal
everythingyou'll need are
i item we have a line that looks like engravwhether you're buying statistic* appear in a new Presidential expensed by the New Deal, some UNION BUS STATION
a cow or mortgag. E1ecU b'Olllde distributed because their ,
,y ing, feels like engraving, but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks will do every- throughout Cities Service: service make them opposition to tt
{a: like engraving. thing but pay the mortgage. rttlon A greater popular Interest of Election: Day. conscious MRS.\ E. II. SMITH Agent
: la
the White House 12M1W"
occupant. It Is .
Opnnalh r
1 Theo Court HOIMA Ph"
f aid. caused the rise In the num. new voter are the unknown .

:: I Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James ber of voters; end if this was true quantity which the forecaster
In 1933. the 1936 polling will find must Juggle among his 0 P e
an even greater proporUon of tables of statlatlca. It's equivalent

votes to the population. to adding the entire population! of

Bradford How to classify the leanings of a state comparable to Missouri

r + 'I County Telegraph these three to four million new to the electorate. Such a number 1
voters With
any degree of
ftf u what perplexes the amateurs accuracy close could race.easily swing the tide in a

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p ; CHURCH I when they stopped at a street I WHAT FARMING PAYS BEST: matter of farming only- to make Ms children can be proudall tl w i

e r C.BAPTIST g. Price, pastor I comer i No truer words about agriculture I money makes neither money nor a other things shall be added unto'II'

day" School ,10 o'clock a. m. "Forget It. Go on home. I got have ever been written Ulan living""Seek him. la other words the man "

'1'1IOlDas to get back to work." these: ye first the kingdom: said who alms first at a good farm anda

; n g WOF Supt. 11 a. m. t/IeJpt t | But in less than an hour. Joe I "Study it when and where you the Master "and all these things good living on the farm usually
If M/RallA ?
s YltlJl. was back at their rooms The foreman will you will find this
t1 1'1) p. ED.eDIII I true in the shall be added unto So nets the moat cash also.. The Progressive -
Worship 1:30 p. m.gDchers had fired him for leaving the kng run: The farmer who farms you. we Farmer
I may say that In farming the farmer
Meeting. WedDu- plant without permission. first of all to have a good farm .4
who seek first of all to --
"And It was on account of me." and make a good living makes a I ; Y
: Chapter One when I said farm and a home of which he and Deer have no gall 1 bladder
prayer seryi e, Wea- was a kid: His voice was Charlie repentantly I good living and some money too. .

e ypIc m.3fetbocUS', LOVERS' FAREWELLA unsteady and he looked at her almost "Oh, we'll get a Jet*.This month. But the farmer who makes It aPE'SaL

.:.- ready to cry Next month Katherine will have

"You're still to wait $ MAftTIOIfll MOT1CN Demand for Convertibles
Chare young man and a young woman a kid. A lot of you even longer now. I or AI.IO I
Pastor is, and-" she gripped his The Notice la hereby artven that under
Montgomery. hands Jobs they
)I. stood before got, eventually did
11. a display window
and In
10 a, m.orIIln& tightly "I love it not accordance with that certain Boosts Buick Production i
daY Scrool- In Marshall Field' department and I love last. After Christmas they I final decree of foreclosure and eale
Worshipm.. tore. The girl you, and here rye got you a 'me- i pooled their resources and boughtan rendered. by lion. A. Z. AdKlna. an
clung tightly to mentum', too." Jinlxe, of the circuit Court of Hrad-
nth Lea&'l1&-1:3O: p. m.feI the youth's arm as they stared si- She gave him a I option on a run-down old service ford County Florida. In Chancery.. In
Worship 8 p. m. lently, almost plain gold ring. "Look inside." : station garage. They might I that e.rlaln caune pending In said r T x, v t l
I at the
unseeingly,, Court wherein The ,
all these MIYm. 'Henry to Katherine' (I Federal Land
aU are Invited\ to bedroom suite and the sign for he gone broke at that but a new Hank of Columbia I I. plaintiff I and I, r
"For the Fall Bride." "It was mothers wedding race-track was built not far from Robert Cone et al are defendants
was named after her I. reS.d'j their eau 8J. the tindemlirned Special
so location and
soon their business Mentor by" said decree '
"What appointed will
J'reIIbytflrlan Church oo you say Katherine? it around. See? There-' i was booming, and la the sell to the highest hld
f. (George H. Lowry Mlnisterd01 Are we movln' In?" I to Joe.' Wear it. spring Joe was able to write to In the front Bradford of the County South" Courthouse front door of In

: .- Sabbath ,SchooL "Joe Wilson! How many times "I Kath lion -." It refused Katherine: "Our bank account Is '''.r'''. Florida during" the l lea-al
M. Morning Worship; do you want me to to houra of pals. on Monday", July nth,
A. say ? going like
.00 yea go over his ring finger. "Have up a July theremometer.Soon 1U3D. the endowing drttcrlbeti
oD by the pastor. "Every time you say It its like to wear It on my little finger" he honey soon." Inl..... ultuate In liradtord County era
pTa. Young People. Yes- the first time. My heart Florida to-wlf 1 Cl
00 starts grinned.A {
And then by the time summer Northeast quarter. of Southeast
Service. beatln' like I'd run around a block. bell wag over he sent her quarter of Meet'Ion t'*. Township aal+ .
began to a delivery '
-Evening Worship. Say them slippery little ring and the con special B South, Range XI ICact.. a5'
p. IlL I out. rugs are ductor cried: "All abo-o-ard." They letter announcing that be together with all and insular. the e

loH"'ood Baptist Church on 'em.Man's'* liable to break his neck kissed hastily, clung together. "I 11 was on the way to her with wedding tenements urtenancea heredltamenta thereunto belonging and ap or i. H" : ; ,

,.. L G. Hemingway. Pastor "Are come for you soon!" license, a car and his dog. I \,i anyway appertaining. \ ";, situate. Intradford 4\1 '
every Sunday. Bible you planning on doing a lot "Soon, Joe soon!" He left Charlie and Tom to run the County" KlorMa.. p _
rices of running In the house I T. FIIANK LANDKUMAe
,/>.n .. m. Services... at 3:30: ? He strained his even tn ass \,*.1 garage and started in his rebuilt I ; tlpeclal I Master In Chancery
-- -- "Yeah_ ____ after vnn" -
J1 'V'd -- ___. __. I .
roadster the
afternoon. at the car window util"I he on 'bong; Journey to
"The Attorney for
rugs are out, said the girl ,.
could Capital City where
no longer d 1st Ingush her. Catherine WILl 6-18-31-7-3
BAPTIST CHURCH giving him a smile that tried to be a teacher In I .. ...- "'"' r'
UEL It was raining hard when he left the high school. Some ,...;... .
Pastor gay without quite succeeding NOTU'M "'0 ""P"'"III yr 4. .. of\.ati, rlw aabdll
Dv L. A. Donnley, the station. Under a truck pro- nights he slept In farmhouses, others It appearing. by" affidavit filed In

lets every first Sunday. "And them twin beds too." tecting Itself from the downpourwas he camped out. When he was that certain. cause In the Circuit SUMMER DEMAND for. convertible model has more than doubled
"Out like Court 1C I .. + ;
a light"Joe (tilth Judicial Circuit. In
uafcy School. 2:30: p. m. a hairy mongrel dog. Absent. within 200 miles of Capital City tie cud for Hradford. County, Florida, Buick production of this type of car during the past two months. I

IbIs Study and Prayer Services plunged a hand Into the ly yet sensing that the dog appeared conceived the Idea of driving all i entitled. Charlea Smith Complainantv. Photo shows the Buick Series. 40 Special convertible coup, one of
pocket of his old raincoat and Kntell Smith' I efeiidant, and the' y
7 Saturday night brought out as forlorn and lonely as he night and surprising Katherine by relief prayed for beingdivorce:: the most popular' of the all-wsather models In the 19J4 line. !
some salted peanuts felt Joe whistled to it. As It look arriving twelve hours earlier than that the Defendant In a reeldeut, or

(?rat Christian Church which he popped Into his mouth. up up, he tossed It a peanut which she expected him. So all that nighthe Shah" the Point age North of twenty-one Carolina, and."..Inover ., .(

|jv. W. T. McGuire Pastor "Hey, I like peanuts too," said it snapped hungrily drove lost his way a time or and that there !I. no person tn y. for

|:IbIs School. 10 a. m. Katherine."I "Think you're pretty good, don't two but when the sun came up he State process of upon Florida whom Hervlce would of personal personally And the Worst is Yet to Come-- ;

rjnmunlon, 11 a. m. i, thought you hated 'em. you? Sorry, but my car is leaving" was too happy to feel weary. In an bind said Defendant. f

stlan Endeavor, 7 p. m. "I did once, but you love pea. He swung himself into a truck hour or two he would see Katherine. IT in OUOKKKIJ.: that the De

yer meeting Wednesday! 7:30: nuts. All right, so I love peanuts" which its tall-board down was He stepped on the gas.Rouiidlng rmtao'tt't'ICntell, Smith.. on appear the nth.to, day the ,I
They grinned at each other of July" A. 1)I ID.1H, otherwise decree
as he Just starting. The dog Jumped In a curve in the road he a -
pro ponfaaan will be entered
hint Second and Fourth gave her some of the salted nuts I after him and crawled Into Joe's put the brakes on suddenly. An old UKHlnut her for failure to appear

liiyt 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.St It[ began to rain and Joe suggested I, lap. open automobile blocked the road. It U further Ordered, that this order

they go Into a movie theater until I "Do I smell like a hamburger*" ; Beside It stood two men with shot- four be cnniiecutlva published weeks once. In a the week llrad-for

| Marks Episcopal Church guns. ford County Teluirrnph. a newspaper
of general, cln'ulatiuu published. In
vice on second, fourth and One of the men a scraggly fellow I Itrudford County, Florida. ,

i Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. of about thirty approachedhim. WITNESS my hand anil official
neat of said. Court this ttrd.. day of
tiny and choir practice at June A. n. 1D.1H

0 o'clock on Friday nights pre. "Stop your motor., Buddy and A. J. THOMAS: '

lilcg Sunday services. Uth keep both hands up on the wheel OFFICIAL Clerk HKAI.of Circuit Court

there" 6-5-51-7-3 111111'11"11'"'' bed J
% 1 / 1 1 ,, ep 11,1.11?' 111 JJ
1 Graham Ohrlatlan ChurchRev I Joe placed his other hand on MANTKM'N W\l.fe 1'_

C C Johns, Pastor the wheel. "What Is this-a hold NOTICW IH lI :ltI'JlY: IIVTON: thAt
under and by virtue of .. .
?" a Flnul Decree /ff \
rein second and fourth Sun. up of Foreclosure made and rendered -

11 a. m. and 8p. m. (To Be Contlmusl% ....) by the Honorable 11. I". Hebrlnv /
I Judge of the Circuit Court of {'
,Die School every Sunday 3 p.m. ADS'ERTISEU PROIt'CTS the KlKhth Judlrlal circuit a'r I ,
rvlce every Sunday night 8a MOST Ida., ,
i RELIABLE (Cliancery", dated. May Zatli. 1930 ,In }
!] that certain. cause therein Intelypundlnir I ,
layer meeting Wednesday IkWi'41D I consider my greatest mistakeIn between TDK KIODIO UA'f. ,
1935: (.,AN!) (BANK OF COM'Mill! plaintiff
L I 9 was not buying reliable, and MIIA.IF1 .1. FOUU.. widow ,'1

V advertised goods. Last March I et al., defendant, the undersigned, ,!I
who wan therein. appointed an Kpeclal 1
needed a new plow and went to
i lt
Master In Chancery to executethe 1I t
the hardware store to pick one lame, will on Monday the 8th
They were silent un out. I had sufficient to buy day, of July 19.1(1.( durlnatha. legal. I J
JOB tit Katherine had finished money houra of sale, before the Court I I
JONES = l a standard well known, well advertised louse door In Htarke, Florida doll
1 t {x sewing on the plow and Intended to do to the highest .and beet hldd.*r for
famments ?. i pocket Wait here each, the following dexcrlbed handssituate t
On Here a : ;
but salesman
so. a persuaded me lying and. icing III, llradford r
minute, he said, a I to buy one at a much lower price. County to-wit: a
And Hereafter ; '711 Lj NIO'/i: of HW'/i' NVfe of 8KU I
..-.. .." right : i A month later I noticed this plow acre In NKli of N W'4 of tlrr.4
j was wearing out and'w!>Uld soon be lying 1C. of dully running thru

e i unto me all ye that labor t1 .1 i gone. I was without a good plow except aid quarter 8 acres and W. HKVi of Gully of 8KJW.\In Ifin C

and didn't have enough to HYV Cor, all In 8eo. 19, Tp. T 8.. II I I
Uut heavy laden and I will give train time for Katherine Grant he asked, grinning a little. "I know. money H. II E.

'net Take my yoke upon you had got a Job as teacher In a high I You feel like I do. Lonely and yet buy went another.to a store In June to buy a friend our summer andI Tp.ALI 7 ;;:::1'tht)t.HW'-i 11 13 nf NKVi Her. 20 of,
school In western and
I learn of me for I am meek a city and small. And you're right"The NK14.: except le acre offV.
1 of hour of farewell was approaching.They I outfits. We both had money tide of Hoc. 30, Tp 7 H. H SI K...
and shall trotted his
lowly heels
spirit you dog at when enough to buy quality long wearIng containing 870 acres, In all. ...
I rest unto your souls" That tried to be grown up and non- he jumped down from the truck with the appurtenancea Maid Male.
chalant about their but the suits and accessories. I bought to be made
lous Invitation parting followed him to the pursuant to avid Decree
was given by rooms which
a suit at the bargain counter and to utlsfy the name and conic.
Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. expression in their eyes the firmness Joe shared with his older brother, 10. K. I'KHHYMAN.

t need rest. The world Is flue with which she clung to him Charlie and the youngest of the I In two months' time It was faded I An Sp..el,1ta..t..r! I In Chancery (/ -l.e_____ I
and thin while my friend's< suit (la l-4-ll-ll-Xt-el-l-t 4YOU'VE,9t
and with which he her
pressed arm .
I!with weary people-weary bod- three Tom. Neither was home. Be.
hearts. to his side betrayed the low spirits tween of nigniy auvernseu mane) was as
f weary minds weary A a photograph Katherine
good as new. It always pays to
'i li not Intended to add to hu- they sought to hide. Grant and two books on automotive
From the theater they walked to buy good quality goods.-L.C Taylor
i burdens. It is Intended toe mechanics was a pencilled '
burdens light, Burdens that the railroad station, stopping under note: "Gone to movies with Charlie Coplah County, Mississippi.The '

(too heavy to be born may be the shadow of the elevated tracks Tom. Progressive.Farmer. TEN TO ME! :
1-rled when the has to cling and kiss in frantic yearn
ox a yoke. But they had been elsewhere as The shocking number of homi- ,

|not t the will of Jesus to add to ing.At Joe became aware a short time later cides occurring in.. the United
'burdens the station's check room Joe
it Is His will to make
when he heard stumbling foot- States has
annually disgraced us
ens i lighter, so,in Hla Infinite got Katberine'a suitcase. In turning steps coming up the stairs and I among foreign nation, Our rate

,i ud compassion He offers to away from the counter, he Tom mumbling drunkenly. Is three times morel! than that ol r: h,
caught the pocket of his) raincoaton v
JV.M so we can carry the bur- "Went to the movies, did. ya?" Italy, the nation with the highest l. t
i of life. the Jagged end of a baggage
I am not surprised said Joe as they came in. homicidE rate In Europe r 18 times
1&t truck and ripped It half off. At
| men turn on the gas,, Jump "We Just had a couple of drinks that of England and 29 times that
tin river, blow out their brains hia rueful Impatient exclamation
after the show. The kid's gotta of Holland. ,
I We Katherine said: :..
poison when they are try- have some fun. He can't take itthat's -o amA t

to carry tie burdens of life In "Here, give me the suitcase I'll all. covered fruit jar will serve as loa ..td I bed ...It 04..., IKo poor, fmtocont Joe wo* ,

't own atrength. I have learn- get thread and sew It up." "Who can't take It?" said Tom.'Td've shaker. ...4 w. ,tfmortal ......... to ..r I / asks to tfco ojyoty |afl. Ho ,
a e was KolpUitl" At Art,I M-r.M'
Katherine! A J
I better not
way. When the load "Aw here been all all right, but t fHoy wo o*.yl"9. *.fool..oSv -
!J train announcer's voice called a departing i I
| i cast It on the Lord. Mr. Donelll-" .. .- "v'" I ,
B'lhoulders are able to all express and Joe, relieved 101 r .. I'r
carry "Donelll, uh? said Joe having Zit I "
J universe cried "Come on!" and grabbed the (, .
so little burden : '
my helped Tom Into the bedroom and I .. ,
I! suitcase."That's. ; "
not matter to Him. closed the door. "So you took the ," ,., ,: :

not my train, Joe. Sit kid to Donelll's?" I ,./ .' f 1
down. I'm hard to get rid of. '
lfe hears "We met Donelll and he Invited > :
a great deal of talk /
I need .
"Like right arm-only .
!all day and time about nrotect. my us UP for a drink. Tom ought to I e.. W.nu-ai Ss.r tllle.t.eyN1a,1.a.N f>'". .'
for the
{children from work I In factor- you more. I'll come you meet people who can do him some I / Rw.o aa5 11NhM.Na M wet all., reel I n..Ke4 ,."
minute I that old bank balanceup Wo sM Me do* for owr wodding. >
1 on the get good." bd telw w M.IyaM.sb down I* HM (fall, The court. 1 '
farm and other places and H wot *O be tomorrow ) v
far the third floor-
as as and "yard ens locked fcy .
entice. 'Good'! I'm glad Dad yep
The writer Is syznpa- a kitchenette. This waiting is Mean-bw now- of howf''... etenl + I'I'A1g '
with Mom can't see the good you're
any plan which will
awful. Why stay
'' you
for that
boys errands
and yourself running
girls an opportunity "
(0 I your Job "
to racketeer.
school and train for life's 'i
"We've been over that darling,
'PODllb11ltles.' > "Can that stuff!" growled Char.
He Is
opposed to she sewed
tit replied .
think I'm to.
children lie. "Do you going
working in shops '
torn pocket.'There'ea
at the
i ctoriei busily ride to heaven on thirty a week i
where 't
their health Is
better there. And I can be I
PWM. The Job from some sweatshop? Be a work- 911.ea"t'auh, i
writer however '
11IVea that saving for us, too. In' stiff, all my life, like you 7 Crazy I Of COVTM.I I Had ( .rd ebo' wes to M ewr aonoyiwoaNJaMI. 11, ,
great Injury can be "I know.." They were silent until a+ lMrt.lMl.ail mildoalyHaute {
lie to In love with a sweet girl and |hie hcn-IMe crbM. 5d now
people by not teach. Katherine had finished sewing tfcot e.IMoepb .".
.r t I M know-
help to work when they are "Walt here a min can't make enough money to get ..vUdlogl. The _(tool Mrvcal
11II oir the pocket. Could You Ask?
g !
If married
t to boys and girls are not ute. I'll be right back." "You leave Katherine out of It!' '
and their THE
carry When he returned the announcer ;
of life'. burdens when they "Then leave me out of !It. Stop ,
was calling her train. He grabbed life for Me I got no
Young, me.

7" Should they when work.will they shirk They are life's should old.reIW"11 the suitcase halted and at the hurried steps her of a along.They Pull-. time I'm livln'through to my bother!" with Angrily you any Charlie more. 90,000 Mi!.. on Tue.i AMERICA OUT OF ITS' ROCKING-CHAIR ,

I* dally U ksTo* writer man car. yanked the door open and went I +
sees I
some little i
/talOn "I got you %

*work onh arms and even "houldMM turns, Katherine" he sld memen'l out.The next day Joe was In the
In taco Into her' l Reliable $
two Proven Ruff
provided Ing packages locker-room at the automobile assembly -
lure the work does not "Mementoes, darling! Toes! Not
their health factory where he worked

r school work. and hamper turns. I've told you so often. dressing a finger he had nicked on :
are in more It's a habit from
5ii.In America of coddling "It's a piece of machinery when he

"uih. We are In overworking his own problems and study the beard one of the company's special
that his
WI carry our children In things he did not want to study. police telling another

III hues to school. We shelter As president of a college I have i brother, a stenographer at police .
and told him that
protect have headquarters, had

It n4)are. not M careful them with physically their learned been coddled that children at home usually who expect Donelli's was being raided at 11:30: ,I Coupel fOR 5Trucks SALE BY ""BETTER: : THAN'FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANGTTM .

I Instead of returning
"" and In so doing we are school teachers to coddle that very morning. I
tat WALTER W/NCHEUL. Famous Columnist.
had' '
a to the foreman who *
lee a-eneration with flabby them and Instead of being self-re Henry A. McClellan ,
In but
their mind and .ouls. liant have a "leaning com- : relieved him having In'j
r fh.writer, who Is now beyond 'plex" and when they get out In Jury attended to, Joe hot-footed WILLYS DEALER BEGINNING THIS WEEK IN THE '

;;: yara old to Donelli's. He was JustIn Sol Main Street
b4 thanks Cod that It the world they are ..oIn& to want ,over
Pfl Liege ILl a child to hoe the government to take care of time to warn Charlie and makea JACKSONVILLE! FLA.

I. PI batS toiWalk etcH.. U them. We are losing much of Indi our '' getaway broke with into him the when racketeer's"Thank the police I Or Write BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

to American
school. He old time, rugged.
Cod for ftouthrrn Willys IM_trll utorZJ4 .
th. It Is due to joint. !
of edu' vidual self-reliance.
Which said Charlie } Prufhtree AtUnta, Oa.
made bin work out the over-coddling of youth. I *, Joe, -;

3 1 1t
m.7" .

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- ---- -
:'! I 11- some extent; are the I leeched who TO WORLD WAR VETERANS!: mander, or to :N; ,
111 D
Bradford County Telegraph I ] sell worthless property wild-cat Jr., Post tvumvr"
It the desire of Adjutant
TOO LATE Economic Highlights stock, etc. Various reputable concerns Is our organization l'h.
/1 that each Veteran eligible dues are $300:
Established 1877 / (Industrial News Review) seeking to protect yeterans for membership in the American
have newspaper
TO CLASSIFY [1- from such crooks run
: 'd MEMBER ads urging bonus recipients: Legion Join our cause and become !NOTItTO
Br MD.. :LL KAY I to their bonus whenever a member of our Local Poet For It apPearing to .,\PPE".
ASSOCIATION \ _evrv arr FtorMa ....... Aetna ".._ ... Thai Affvet tae DI>M* to hang on many years past we have workedfor that Court c..rtaln, .1"," tr'da"t"' hb
TLORIl1tPRESS ...... Illtl.ead Cbeeka ..*) T.. possible Eighth JUI, i'
4 ,; Ir' sRi..t Kvrr iBdlrMul-2la-' the best interests of all Veterans for Bradrord "',","'""I, altlo,:
\ .....1 mm* ..'_d_.. rble MIa The White-Taped Eastern deer Widows and Dependent, and titled, n R'\ B Florid.I
". 7 eot4irC I A guy Just missed crackln1 me >eea...rakl *>.. Le al Wcltatw.During to Lillian Baxter, bet.id,' otletdj''!f
life of from ten relief
has an average now that our National Organization bough' IK' 1a1.
the bean on to work being ,
on n /
my way the '
r" ,: : fifteen years. It can travel on an has been successful In securing Defendant. i < ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class this morning. He was crectln' a 1930 to ten e, 3 orsla.:, landi4Ver, Ae I
I the, years from I average of thirty miles an hour and full payment of the bonus, we of twenty-one \ ,,?
it Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida big sign over the sidewalk and happened 1934, there wa.110 sadder reading ''It can clear au eight-foot! fence feel that we should carry on and la no peraon ..v".,".ud, ""lit, ,
___ to drop his hammer Just as than the business and financial service, of a Sub,, "" <.", FI''
with ease.DIl'IDENU.. work further for the interests of would P ? n. "ann : '
I'I'E.: L. Matthews-------- _____ ___Editor and Owner, I went by. magazines. They were full of :all concerned. anltT Io''d' aid,; Doi
Now If it had been a week or news, and practically all of the NOTICEThe IS OsfERaar 'ha,
ant, ,.
: To do this must be thaal
; -- ---- -- ---' ---- --- --- -- of the we organizedand
and the bad to do with Board of Director '
ago sign news was bad. Their charts of Bill of
Complaint :
I SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1"0 I might have figured that business activity were "lower than American Fire and Casualty Com- by paying our local due In August, A. D. li'I '",rn'ipearoto"'' << '

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in AdvanceAdvertising tt was premeditated but the sign a snake's belly1 as the slang pany at a meeting heM bi the the American Legion we contributeto against tree pro her",onr"s fr'-, > will therrl' .. I,
the maintenance of the National '
this chap was workln' on was to phrase has It, and at one time, In Company's. office, Orlando _FlorMa Pertl. 'uure'to
Hl t ;: : Rates.. on Application advertise the fact that a local cafe I the summer and fail of 1932. the I I Saturday, done so, JBlU, declared Organization and can all work for order I be further. uui.n-.: that
t --- was "air conditioned." curve: Just about went off the bottom a dividend of sixty cent the common interests of Veterans four consecutive publlxhid w_"k.n.,, *.*k

L And that got me to tbinkln' what I of the page. I ((60c) per share on the common and their dependents. of ford general County Telegraph, ;"n the B'

; i By RED KERCE a swell thing it would be If wo While we aren't experiencing stock of the Corporation, payable All Veterans eligible for membership Bradford County olrculatl, Florida" publleh
on the twentieth day of July 1938 are asked to their WITNESS my hand
could pay
Just hang a great big sign boom today and while there are Hal of said lid 01'
f out somewhere so the whole blame I plenty of dark spots In the picture to stockholder of record at the : dues to A. J. Thomas, Post CornNOTICK or July A. O.Coon 1936 'h" 'h.,. III

; 1 Revised' : All play and no work, makes Jack a relief client. world could see it, announcing that notably the undiminished unemployed close of business the thirtieth dayof OK APPLICATIONFOH (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS)

o Florida Is "Air Conditioned" Mild I total-comparatively speaking June 1936.George TAX DEED': Clerk .I I ;
S. Bradshaw, Treasurer. <*..t. Bill N.. 143) 7.8-5t-1-31 as nun
and In winter cool and
warm comfortable :
there la in business
There is stuck than stuck optimism "
no worse way to get being: on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN1.
r in summer. reports. Even the new tax bill, NOTICE' or APPLICATION' That Cleveland Durham holder of IV' THE CIRMirC'Ht t
,:, yourself. The story of Florida's delight though business leaders regard it ron TAX I>KKIOeitate Tax Certificate No. 63. laaued the I FORT) t'ell'\T\' 0\\ RT' RR
I : kId/RIUI
(!! Hill W.. 1 WNOTICB ) 7th day of July, A.'a'id: 1830, ban filed i \CK.IIt'. .
Y -0 ful summer climate has never been as a montrosity la more or less ob- IS HEREBY GIVEN, That: acme In my office has made application 0 W. Bailey.
given the publicity it deserves scured by good industrial news A I flat Edward! holder or Tax;; Certificate for a tax deed. to be Issued I Plaintiff
l A friend is a fellow who sticks with you after you'estuck I No. SI, l Issued, the 2nd, day of thereon. Said certificate embrace V.. .
Last summer I drove through sev- survey of the leading business publications I' July, A. D. less has died same In the following' described property In Lottie Alone Balln '" x.?
him. enteen states, and with one excep- show that the best barometers i my officend h.. made application the County of Bradford. State of Defendant, Dive
) fcr a tax deed to be iasued thereon. Florida twit: OHI>t-i: < OK PI
14s o tion. California none of them bad -when the usual seasonal Said certificate embraces. the following Begin at North-Bant Corner of ftOTICK TO RI.lf'\TIO\\
i a summer climate to compare with adjustment Is made-are still on I nerlbed property In the South Half of North-East Quarter THE STATE OF KI..V.UA PP.aR
k 1 il "Honey Bees Sting Sally Rand On Rostrum."-Headline. the rise }Leading Industries are I County of Bradford, State, of Florida of North-We Quarter and To Lottie Alene Bally wt),,..',
to-wlt I : run South 120H Yard,, Went dence Ie I unknown
Beg pardon ours.Floridians who crab and grumble doing better than was anticipated I All EH of NWVi E of River Bee- 120H yards North 1JOS, Yards. It Ja hereby ordered ,thai
I for the I lion 19 Township 4 South, Range East) 12OH ;yard to beginning requ red to appeal, "n you
j i summer period, and seem I Au.ut, I
about the heat ought to in a Section 29
() get Acres Township 7 South, D. 193 before the above ,
car and try drivin through th* to be looking forward with confidence I 1.E.Ilt'm: : of the said property Range 22 Est and containing Iacres court to the bill ,III! imialnt a
b There is nothing more unpopular than some baseball um- to great Improvement In the II under the aald certificate landed more or leva. against you In the above, ..',
middle west where the bears .
sun wan In the name of Oothe Lumber The aBseaBrnent of the said property cause; and Bradfuid 'ountv
pires and halitosis. down all day and Just about bums fall. I Company. under the said certificate /.e u- graph Is hereby' delimited ,i
Unleim paid certificate I shall be ,ed waa In the name of Vlney Parker. duly qualified newspaper .-
o you to a crisp and It Is so blame.1 Consensus of opinion Is that the I redeemed according to law, the property UnleHB Raid certificate. hall be redeemed this Order shall be publliihfd In
hot at night you feel like you were old bogey of an election year beinga I dencrltted therein will be .old according to law, the property week for four con e' uti\e w.or
ii In many cases the right arm of the law is controlled by in a Turkish Bath. And when they bad business year Is "out. Politics to the highest bidder at the courthouse deiicrlbed therein I will be sold Wltn H.. my hand ..lid tht ,n n
door on the firm Monday In to the highest bidder at the courthouse thli Court at Hiaiki, Flurldi
an artificial backbone. do have a breeze it feels like it is naturally a factor in business the month of August, 193, which l I. door on the first. Monday In SOth day of June A r 1938
but the 3rd. day of August, 11136. the month of August, 1936. which ia (SEAL)
o came from the mouth of a fiery It will be a minor factor Dated this Jnd, day of July, lt35. the 3rd day of August 193*. A. J THOMAS
furnace. this year, according to many OFFICIAL. SEAL) Dated thin 29th day of June, 1938. All Clerk of I''i' r.n' >
tr> The most expensive repair is the upkeep and maintenance of the experts. There are various A. :J. THOMAS, A. J. THOMAS, of Bradford ?" i \ pj
And you know when you try to Clerk of Circuit Courtof Clerk. of Circuit Courtof KNIGHT &: KNIGHT:
i Of the human chassis. tell those folks out there how cool I reasons for that. One Is that bus I Bradford County, Florida. Bradford County, Florida. Attorneyii for Plain, "

t ; tl o I and comfortable Florida Is, they iness., D.n leaders_" are._ of u_the.__.opinion_ that.I 1 7-3-61-7-11 7.J-51-7-81 7-3-5t-7-3t ____
I think u nw.crca u* recievieu, ne will |
1 you're spoutln' bananaillMost
j I Around a curve at fifty-four; have a much harder time than In .i u,
of 'em never saw a Gulf ur r
He owes a grocery bill no more.Here's Ocean and they Just can't realize the past getting "experimental" \

o what It means to have a flock rf legislation through the Congress. w3 u'sxt ., l\ d
i And If Landoa,is elected business II '
tempered breezes gallopln across '
f' hoping President Roosevelt doesn't make any leaders are confidant that be will t
t the state In both directions with ?
"fireside talks" until cool weather sets in. coolln' showers at regular Inter- not "experiment. I

o Here are some items of Interest,

Girls who kiss, and love and sigh vals.The Florida Exhibit at the Great briefed from Business Week, Wall
Street Journal, government reports -Km
Lakes Exposition In Cleveland this
In rumble seats oft'
bye bye.
it go and other authoritative sources:
li summer offers a wonderful opportunity
+ 0- to tell millions about ou: FARM MACHINERY: Sales for that's no way to celebrate

q 'f We are perfectly willing to submit, on our part, to a revision "air conditioned" advantages and" the first half of the year were best --

iI jl 1f of the calendar, if it will give an extra month in which should result In bringing us many since 1930 and companies showed I "' iC the Fourth in crowded traffic
summer tourists from this good net as well as gross earnings.The '
thickly .1.
.. '.
s to loaf.
populated industrial area. tractor Is the outstandingsales '>' {'w : ', !' ;"t.

n All-Florida in the advertising appear principal producer demand in being this field shown with for J-:-. w-t*J.1':; ; JtJ J < 'Ne ,8.b..., ... .. '... .-........
will broaden ing southern states
; "Bridge playing declares a woman expert. coupled small

We'd noticed that, about two feet north of the ears, eh with ads and publicity matter sent look is size encouraging machines., as Future It is,out believed -
out by Chambers of Commerce in
madam ? such resort cities as Daytona best since 1936 farm income will be the COME GET THOSE NEW GOODYEARS
depression started
la'' n- Beach West Palm Beach, St. Petersburg '
S I N Miami Beach and Pen- MOTORS: ,.This Industry nas
A man can be jailed in China for wearing a red necktie.
sacola ought to prove effective. been the most active of all in the
t Of course, if his wife gave him the tie for Christmas he'd bet- North west Florida has a won- last two years, Is still going ahead. YOU NEED-NOW '

ter wear it anyway. I derful opportunity In the develop- Two members of the Big ThreeChrysler -

fl 1 Oy ment of her magnificent Gulf and General Motors--are

J I beaches particularly at Pensacola looking forward to the best profit-
y Another problem that can't be solved by a commence- and Panama City, these locationsare periods In their eventful history. j Wi'a: :w y::: a'i7 ttej'rs the 1936jijUERtBUNVIIEUES

ment orator, is how a graduate will spend his idle months I ideal for the building of great Demand for both trucks and cars

nursing a diploma. 1 I resort cities and would draw thou- holds up extremely well and no :
r 'sands of visitors the year 'roundIf signs of saturation can be seen.

0- proper accomodatlona were provided Related industries-tires, batteries a
Peace between married couples : that period of time in J and an effort made to attract other equipment-are naturally Prize Quality at Every Price

J i 1 which hubby is talked into purchasing a new pair of shoes and entertain tourists, people of prospering along with the car s

F 7 and a hat for the wife. Alabama, and Georgia would flock builders All give you the GOODYEAR:
I droves. : This industry Is-
o I Florida possesses limitless charm, n't establishing any records so far MARGIN OF SAFETY Center

"Walking on all fours will sometimes cure stuttering," glorious natural beauty and Is as making money is concerned, but Traction for quicker-stopping / ;

M Sz science note. It also is a cure for those who constantly worry I we completely need now"air Is a conditioned"bigger and"better All la showing in stimulated betterment.railroad That la buy-reflected (let us show you !) / .

;; ; if you're an idiot or not. sign hung out where more folks Ing. During the first five months All are BLOWOUT PROTECTEDIN

1 "b u I can see It, of this year freight car purchases

4 Newspapers made much over Roosevelt I -. were in excess of the entire'.year EVERY, PLY by patented
accepting: the I A LOOK WITHIN of 1939. Biggest beneficiary from SUPEERTWISTCordextra
nomination for President. What would have been real news, "A newspaper editor who tries railroad purchasing Is steeL'"

;dP however, is if he had refused. to be right all the time and who CONSTRUCTION: Residential /i

Y o has judgment enough to be right contract are about sixty: per cent springy longer
: as much as eighty per cent of the ahead of the same period last year. ask
t us to
i A father will caution his son about being careful on the time can accomplish a great deal Non-residential construction also

', '?l, Fourth of July and then blow a couple of fingers off showing of good and will be a success.." has improved. Future outlook en- /jOpyk$ demonstrate!)

.r ,1 i him how not to hold a firecracker. The above quotation Is from apiece couraging., All built to deliver
of advice given this writer RETAIL TRADE: B u iness See ourDOUBLE New
4' o by an old newspaper man more Week says that a number of mail LOWEST COST PER

It is suggested that English be adopted as the official than twenty years ago when we order and chain firms broke all Me61. MILE service by EAGLEAIRWHEEL
;, world first started in the profession. sales records for the month of May
t'n language. But think what a hardship it will be on slusami.IL. world's largest *
Many times since then we have this year. Principal progress In the
newspapermen to learn a new tongue. had cause to remember that little chain field has been made by the rubber companytheTIREofTirescoau

{rig 0 bit of wisdom and It has been a Variety chains, which report a fifteen G 3 SLL. maker of the surprisingly little more

Political writers charge that the G. O. P. is changing intoa great help to us in helping us to per cent gain for the first five a tires tire.
most by than regular
Grand pilot our course across the editorial months 1930 over,the same period r.. ,
Young Party. The candidates who are nominated "neMOQ
are seas. in, 1935. as compared with a millions
k ';u entirely too old to run fast, however. As little as the average person three per ceof, advance for all

o may think so, it Is often a problemto chains. Independent retailers also
decide what Is the right attitude -i are doing,welL
t' A wealthy Indian has
; f offered $100,000 for a cure for for the editor to. take, and we I STEEL: Has passed seventy per
i t Insomnia. We'd settle for half that amount and tell him to have never known an editor to stayIn I cent of capacity and like so many

read the Republican party's new platform. business who deliberately takes I II other Industries, is more active

f 1 f the wrong side on an Issue of even than at any time since 1930. Out-
i, o I trivial importance. look is good, with large orders !iii

t i, '; tc.. "Anyone can write a newspaper column," press report. "Prejudice or commercialism from motors, railroads, utilities

Yep and anyone can write home to mother, but no one but of the pulpit or editorial column and others anticipated.
mother will not build a church or a news TEXTILES: Sales have been increasing -
14 reads it-Avery Powell Florida 1srntrar
Times-Union. paper. In that respect the two with orders ahead of pro-
y c.--'- nom.-. .. .. -o- lines of endeavor are Identical" Is duction. This Is opposed to seasonal -

: *'England is sinking into the sea at the rate of nine inches another quotation from that old experience, inasmuch as
'' friend who directed our first steps early fall is usually the best period
'every one hundred years, reports a scientist. Well, for good-
along the editorial pathway, and for cotton goods. Reason for the
ness sakes ; and we hadn't missed the first part of it. we often think that this Is prob- change Is ascribed to low inventories A World's

f i i a ably true of other professions and, on the part of merchants, resulting LJ/e-Saver Greatest
lines of business.We in a rush to build their
S >;:*.2*, .In,- Oklahoma press reports say that the squirrels have seldom allow ourselves to I depleted stocks up for Pocketbooks Money-Saver!

begun to bite people. You'don't suppose the squirrels have 'preach.' ." as it is best to leave that And so it goes all down the business ,

(' waited this long to find out that a lot of folks are nuts. to those who are able to set a bet- line. Big summer.boost to How about PATHFINDER SPEEDWAY

: ter example than we but to keep business Is going to follow the bon- I .....? of ear wiitoaeri it'tth
0- alive some of the philosophy of U4 payment fact that has to be j, ALL- biggest say Heed mr w.r U yes we.t tbe
k1' In a Florida city recently an officer struck at a culprit I those old timers who helped build admitted. whether you,regard the &? tow.! World'money''rtt-eboee worth! -U.- eel, Mfeef, k eef..'l..<.;

''Ir with his blackjack. The officer's finger was broken by the 1 the foundation of the fourth estate bonus as being: Justified or an WEATHER? soy tire over 22 nillioe) told tire mail price .boys tod..b Il.-""
i I can certainly do no harm.I .- organized Total I .U to* Goodyear Bhi
"lobby" victory. S. dele. Real
1, blow for he forgot to take his hand off the man's head Marlon Goodyeer quality. .......... H_', the ope al
,, q I County Times. bonus: payments comes to $2.000.-: Gives r" 4>* ___ SMHMkJdiile frium vI.. for tare tSTMTAf
', a I I 000,000 but veterans will not get f .... Staexlerd N the -Wear ocnt

1{ 't A thirty-one-year-old Georgia woman has gained the Motor vehicles, parts, and accessories : all this Inasmuch as the bulk of *- World ...... lira PIIICU 5 1 do A AS LOW 46do A

', ; world's record of being the youngest grandmother It is difficult exported by Great Britain them bad borrowed on their cer- .4 say priew. Leek fe Twl It't 't' WUK A3 NO*
Increased seven per cent In 1933 I I tificates. But cash payment wtil e.r 1M"... .....
t to understand why people can think of nothing betterto over the previous year: Imported exceed a billion dollars, and It Is ON EASY PAY PLAN ON EASY PAY pLAN

attain in these trying times. automobile products during the estimated that seventy per cent of

'y ,I ti 4,, o same period, however, rose 30 per that will be spent practically at
cent. once with only thirty cent being -
J' ,j In A statistician believes that "high prices promote pros- I held as saving per Real estate

I r perity." Still milking the cow from the wrong end, eh fellow Josephine Hutchison of Hollywood firms automobile makers, and all
Calif., has a library of cookbooks manner of retail goods businesses Register
r ? It does promote prosperity for the big businessman and Motor Co.
'" 1' little consumer broke. I ,numbering 131 volumes. She I are prospering as the Baby Bonds
has no time to cook.
are cashed
and disbursed So. to
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